Shweta Tiwari’s daughter Palak’s take on Nepotism: ” I don’t consider myself a star kid”.

Sugandh chetry
Sugandh chetry
Know about Palak’s film Rosie

Famous TV actress Shweta Tiwari’s daughter Palak Tiwari has been a part of Bollywood films and many popular TV shows. Unlike her mother, Palak made her debut in Bollywood with the film Rosie: The Saffron Chapter. Directed by Vishal Mishra, it is a horror-thriller and is inspired by true events. Featuring Vivek Oberoi the film is based on the unexpected disappearance of Rosie. Vivek also co-produced the film under his banner, Oberoi Mega Entertainment.

Nepotism in Bollywood?

One of the ongoing hot topics of Bollywood has revolved around nepotism. The theme got aired when Kangana Ranaut called out Karan Johar the “flag-bearer” of nepotism and one instance lead to the other. Often Celebrity kids face the accusations that they get work easily because of their connections. And that it is a lot harder for the outsiders to even get a chance. Everything is served on a plate for them whereas outsiders work hard to grab this opportunity.

Why Palak does not consider herself as a start kid

The well-debated rumors might or might not be totally true but no one can deny the fact that the more connections the greater the chances. Generally, star kids don’t want to associate themselves with these discussions, as it might get them into public trolling and criticism. But taking a bold step, here is what Palak had to say about all this when asked. When asked Palak about her take on the subject in an interview with Spotboye, she said, “Frankly, I don’t consider myself a star kid. My mother is a very established actress but in a very different industry altogether. I would have had these benefits I feel in television. I still have the benefits. I have much more recognition now in this stage of my career, I wouldn’t have it if I wasn’t for her daughter. However, I think at the end of the day it’s your work that speaks. You may get one film, two or three films based on your contacts but then 5 or 6 films they have to look out at their financial situations. Only because of your capability, work and likability, one can sustain longer in the industry. “She added, “Honesty, I believe if you work hard, everything comes with time. The best you can do initially is to prove yourself, show your acting prowess. And, I felt this was the film I can test myself and challenge myself as an actor. I wanted to start my career from a very challenging aspect, not very easy.”

In an interview with Hindustan Times, Palak also said, “I was never supposed to make a debut with a TV show. My mom has a great legacy so there was this sense of nervousness that whether I will be able to stand up to that. However, movies are a place where my mom can’t help me much as she can do on TV so I thought this is one arena where I can do things of my own.”

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