Kareena Kapoor has responded to the criticism she received after Sushant Singh Rajput’s death. The actress said that she would not have had a 21-year career had it been only nepotism.
Sushant’s death has made the opinion one-sided
After Sushant’s death in June, the general belief in the public is that nepotism was indirectly responsible for the actor’s death. Hence, in the last few weeks, we have seen many products of nepotism getting bashed on social-media. While Karan Johar and Sonam Kapoor were at the sharp end of it, Alia Bhatt and Kareena Kapoor were not spared too. In fact, courtesy of the notion, Alia’s Sadak 2 trailer became the most disliked video on Youtube recently.
Kareena Kapoor responds to the criticism
She said: “We’re not used to understanding what the situation is. We’re just used to attacking people whether they come from a privileged background, whether they’re elitist. It’s just that thing you know when they have their name, fame, money so it’s bad. The larger picture is also not being looked at. So whatever I say is just going to make the whole discussion like, it’s just going to add up. Because honestly, I just have to say that 21 years of working would not have happened with just nepotism, it’s not possible.”
The actress further added: “I can take a long list out of superstars’ children for whom it’s not been able to happen for them that way. Yes of course I feel that even a doctor’s son will also say that ‘I wish my son will also become a doctor’. I think it’s just the thought, it’s our culture.”
Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan recently announced that they were expecting their second child. On the work front, both Saif and Bebo are busy in their respective projects.
Source: Free Press Journal