Today on Father’s Day id like to say one more thing, yes I’m my fathers daughter and yes I am here because of him and yes I’m privileged. That’s not an insult, my father has worked very hard to give me all of this. And it is my karma where I’m born and to whom I’m born. I’m proud— Sonam K Ahuja (@sonamakapoor) June 21, 2020
Nepotism in Bollywood is getting major scrutiny after the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, an "outsider" because he didn't have any major family connections in the industry. It's notoriously difficult to get film opportunities and become successful in Bollywood as an "outsider." Sonam Kapoor acknowledged that she's in the industry because of her father, Anil Kapoor, but added the caveat that it's good karma from her past life to be born into a rich family. Social media was not pleased.
Sorry but also isnt all birth entirely accidental ? Why shd privileges not earned on ones own account be worn like a badge. Karma is perhaps more the work we do not what our parents did ! Trust me throwing the privileged badge about is the last thing this country needs .— Richa Lakhera (@RICHA_LAKHERA) June 21, 2020
So is being born into poverty and starvation someone's karma, and do they deserve it? Do all those street kids living in abject poverty globally deserve it, is it their karma Sonam? https://t.co/K69VMgCRO8— Asjad Nazir (@asjadnazir) June 21, 2020
Sonam Kapoor is right. That we have to suffer her is our karma.— Abhijit Majumder (@abhijitmajumder) June 21, 2020
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