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Saif Ali Khan: I am against Nepotism, I think it leads to mediocrity

While promoting Chef, Saif Ali Khan opened the nepotism topic once again, but this time he spoke against it. While talking to IANS, the actor revealed, “There are a lot of things that get over hyped, but I think a lot of people feel very strongly about things like this (nepotism). They are privileged people and life can be very unfair to them. So, it’s good to discuss this. For the record, whatever jokes were made (on the award show), I have already explained my side. I am very against nepotism and I think it leads to a lot of mediocrity. But, I still don’t understand whether star children fell under nepotism or whether the talent is somewhere the key. But, definitely being a star kid gets you in the door easily. Then again it depends when people will put their money on you, then you must get it back. The bottom line is – talent is good, nepotism is bad.” (ALSO READ – Saif Ali Khan fears that daughter Sara Ali Khan might BREAKDOWN if she fails in Bollywood)

Kangana was among the first ones who raised her voice against the existing nepotism in the entertainment industry and called filmmaker Karan Johar a ‘flag bearer of nepotism’ on his popular chat show Koffee With Karan. Later, Karan along with Saif Ali Khan and actor Varun Dhawan poked fun at Kangana at the IIFA Awards 2017 in July by saying that ‘nepotism rocks.’ The three of them later apologised for their act, while Kangana had the last laugh. Directed by Raja Krishna Menon, Chef is slated for a release on October 6. Stay tuned to BollywoodLife for more updates on the film…

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