Alia Bhatt is one of the highest-paid actresses in India. The actress and singer of Indian origin and British citizenship works primarily in Bollywood films. The actress was highly praised for her stunning performances in Raazi and Gully Boy, which is India’s official entry to the Oscars.
Forbes listed her in India’s Celebrity 100 list since 2014 and was also featured by Forbes Asia in their 30 Under 30 list of 2017. As of 2019, her accolades include four Filmfare Awards. She is the daughter of filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt and actress Soni Razdan.
Despite being one of the leading actresses in Bollywood, she has often come under fire for being a product of nepotism. She is a star kid and is going through a tough phase as people are trolling her for being privileged.
Bollywood industry has largely been influenced by people who haven’t heir link-ups in the film industry. The so-called star kids of already established ones are already in the headlines for all the reasons and are allowed to stay there despite their success or failure.
On the contrary, talented ones are struggling to set their feet. To make things worse, the Bollywood industry even leaves people when they go through bad times. It is cognisance of the fact that Alia Bhatt is a star kid and is a neptosim material in Bollywood industry. She made her debut with Karan Johar’s ‘Student of the Year’.
It was too easy for her to get good opportunities in movies without any difficulties considering the fact that she has close connections in Bollywood. However, she never accepted that she got chance so easily in Bollywood for being a star kid. When she was asked about nepotism, Alia always evades the question by adding that nepotism surely does not exist in Bollywood.
But, recently an old interview of Alia Bhatt is doing the rounds on social media where she dismissed the theory of star kids in Bollywood industry.
“I don’t think your mum, dad, father or chachu can change that or mend that for you. So, I want to punch all those people who say that star kids have it easy because it makes no sense. The way the world is today, either you have it or you don’t,” Alia was quoted saying in the interview.