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Aaryaa Agarwal

 · 1yr ago · 0:15
THE DIALOGUE #1 Topic ~ Is nepotism a fact or a facade?

"…Hi guys, my name is Aaryaa Agarwal. I'm representing the dialogue and the first topic of today for the dialogue is is is is is is is is nepotism a fact or a and thoughts below.…"



Shubhra Jain

 · 1yr ago · 1:00

"…But for example, Aliabat, she was introduced through Nepotism. But now we see her acting skills. And other than her, there's Randy or Kapur, they are great actors. And I believe okay, they got into it through Nepotism. But if they weren't talented, they wouldn't have lasted this long and they wouldn't have had 100 Koro Crossing films or something like that.…"


sidharth konkar

 · 1yr ago · 0:37

"…So I do think sometimes Nepotism is used to get your foot in the door. But after that, whatever success you do isn't really because of Nepotism. It's because of your own ability and your own skills.…"

Swell Team

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 · 1yr ago · 0:44

"…Hi, Arya, this is Vasu. And I'd like to say that Nepotism is a huge facade. It just helps you get your foot in the door. But you survive there with your own skills. For example, you could take Uday Chopra, who is his father, owns Yashraj films. Like He's a failure, being very blunt. Then there's this Herman baby. There's Jackie Bhaganani. There's akander Keir is Fading Khan. There's Isha Dewal.…"

Talent is the only constant!

sarvagya chawla

 · 1yr ago · 0:31

"…So I stand against this. And I definitely think that nepotism is a facade. And the thing is that nepotism is rampant in Bollywood. And there are people who want to continue this tradition. Of course, it is also, like in politics and other professions as well. And all over the world, actually, it happens. And people are like no one is doing anything to stop it. And that's pretty much it from my side. Thank you.…"

yashvi birla

 · 1yr ago · 0:41

"…According to mean, apotism is definitely a facade. It is only a scenario where someone helps a friend or a family member in order to get a window of opportunity. It can either be a job or an admission in College, but it doesn't guarantee success for that person person. Hence, to pinpoint Nepotism as an evil element is wrong. People want the best for their families and friends.…"

Shreya Raghuvanshi

 · 1yr ago · 1:28

"…I am Shreya. And I would like to say that contrary to the popular belief, I do not think nepotism exists. I would support my statement with an example from the Bollywood. So it's a very strong opinion that Nepotism prevails in Bollywood. So that would say that any big and hit artist who is doing brilliant in the field, their kids get it easy and they don't really have to work for it.…"

Rashi Kothari

 · 1yr ago · 0:29

"…I totally think that nepotism is a facade. Yes, some people do get that silver lining and that opportunity to enter a field due to their contacts or they share a blood relation. But in the the end, what matters is the survival and their excellence. And it can only happen due to the talent, the self growth and self development as a person, because in the end talent is what matters the most.…"


S-1140 Luthra Nysa Sanjay

 · 1yr ago · 1:09

"…So I believe that Nempotism is a facade because ultimately, what you do is dependent on your life choices, hard work, discipline, and your talent. Yes, it is true that sometimes it makes seem that everything comes easy to these people. But the reason for that is that since they have somewhere in their family belonging to the same field, they get the correct knowledge and expertise that is required for that particular job, and every person would want the best for their family.…"

Aaditya Saini

 · 1yr ago · 0:29

"…So Nepotism is definitely facade as it is stopping new talent from coming to the field. And that's wrong. But if you don't have enough talent to succeed in the field, then you eventually fail. The biggest example of that can be of the effort industry as you need money, you in connections to get in. But it's the title that leads you to the victory. So for example, Sergio Beres.…"


 · 1yr ago · 0:34

"…And apart from that, I it's your own talent that makes you stay in the industry.…"

Ansh Suda

 · 1yr ago · 0:33

"…So yes, I doesn't guarantee success.…"

Rhea Jison

 · 1yr ago · 0:34

"…For example, if you have a relative of yours who wants to get into a position in your company and there's another outsider who has applied for your job, it's quite possible that the relative will be given more preference as you all are more blood related nepotism, that thing that's relevant. But according to me it's true.…"

Rashi Pareek

 · 1yr ago · 0:21

"…I personally think that Nepotism is a real problem and it is a fact. In today's world, these people get a better launch pad to kickstart their career, whereas others really have to struggle to get where they are. And I don't think that is acknowledged. So yes, Nepotism is a fact.…"

Ananya Khanna

 · 1yr ago · 0:19

"…Hello everyone. I personally believe that nepotism is a fact and not a facade because while individuals may have to sustain themselves in their chosen field by means of talent, hard work, etc. The fact remains that entry into the field is often decided by who, how many connections or pulls in simple terms, thank you.…"

Fact and not a facade

Vandita Pujari

 · 1yr ago · 0:37

"…Hello, everyone. I personally think that Nepotism is a fact. While so many talented actors whose name we should know, they remain unnamed. While the Nepotism red kids who barely have any talent, they're not names get thrown in our faces by extensive PR and promotions. And while Sudan Shatteredi has said so, that depicts that, sadly, yes, in today's Bollywood, it's all about connections. And it's not about who has talent. Thank you.…"

Aadit khajuria

 · 1yr ago · 0:37

"…I strongly believe Nepotism is a facade because at the end of the day, the talent you really have is what matters. I'm sure that Nepotism allows you to have more opportunities. However, even if a person who does not have those contacts or blood relations and if that person is able to bring more skills, more talent, more uniqueness to the table, he or she also get the same number of opportunities. They would just have to prove that they are better at the job.…"