Haters tease Sridevi’s daughter by calling her “Nepotism ki Bachi”, here’s how she broke silence

Being a celebrity child is not a matter of joke, especially in today’s society, when many people assume that celebrities have it easy in life and receive whatever they desire. Consequently, they have been slammed by the public, who point out that they have not had the same difficulties as others.

Janhvi Kapoor, daughter of Sridevi has made her powerful debut in the romantic drama Dharak. She is a fresh face to her audience and to maintain her charm, she has gone through full facial sculpting.

Janhvi Kapoor is slowly getting media attention now. She made her Bollywood debut with Ishaan Khatter in Dhadak. The film was a remake of the Marathi super hit movie, Sairat.

Haters tease Sridevi's daughter by calling her "Nepotism ki Bachi", here's how she broke silence

She recently made the headlines after she ignored a fan. Meanwhile, netizens brutally trolled her on social media portals. However, one must note that Janhvi Kapoor has greeted the fans in a nice manner many times before and the video clips of the same went viral on the internet.

Whenever she tries to hit the gym, she stumbles upon fans outside the gym. It was when the lucky fans get a chance to click selfies with the actress.

Haters tease Sridevi’s daughter by calling her “Nepotism ki Bachi”, here’s how she broke silence

While speaking to Harper’s Bazaar, the actress disclosed that it’s hurtful when anonymous people on the Internet call her “nepotism ki bacchi? (nepo-baby)”.

“No matter what you do, somebody will find faults or have something to say, because that makes them feel important. Next thing you know, you’ve made the headlines…and unfortunately, people feed off of that,” Janhvi told Harper’s Bazaar.

Janhvi Kapoor added, “I’m extremely thankful that I’ve gotten to a point where I can laugh it off. I know my strengths and weaknesses… I’m objective enough to know when I’ve done a good job, and when I haven’t. At the risk of sounding arrogant, I also know when I have made some headway, and have given something my all. And through my last two films, I think, I’ve at least established that I have something to offer as an actor.”

“You know, it really hurts when you’re putting in the hard work, the sweat and blood, or undergoing the mental turmoil, and some random, anonymous person on the Internet goes like, ‘Acting nahi aati toh kyun karti ho, nepotism ki bachchi?’ (If you can’t act, why do you try, nepo-baby?) It takes all of a second to reduce you to something insignificant,” she added.