The untimely demise of actor Sushant Singh Rajput has once again started a debate around nepotism. The police are currently investigating his death and are also looking into any possible professional rivalry. In an exclusive conversation with Bollywood Hungama, Bigg Boss 13 winner actor Sidharth Shukla opened up about nepotism and professional rivalry in their career.
Talking about the debate around nepotism, Sidharth said, “If you talk of nepotism in Bollywood as such, you need to understand it's not a government job. It is one person putting his money in making one of his creations. He or she would want a person who he or she feels is perfect for the job and also feels that he or she will feel committed enough to finish the job. I do not really disregard, but I do understand that it is fine because if I am putting in my money. I am going to put in someone who is worthy enough to finish the job. It could be someone I like or anyone else. It's my money I am putting in. It's not the government money that I have to distribute among people and make sure that everybody gets an equal share. So even if it is there it is fine and it is completely up to people out there, their choice of actor, director or technician who are best suited for their project. Nepotism exists everywhere including politics and business houses.”
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