Anushka Sharma gets candid on Nepotism Controversy and Attack on Padmavati set
Anushka Sharma gets candid on Nepotism Controversy and Attack on Padmavati set

Phillauri star cast Anushka Sharma, Diljit Dosanjh and Suraj attended the special press conference to talk about their film. 

In the conference, Anushka was asked about her take on nepotism, "We all have different journeys and different experiences and I am sure the actors sitting next to me on the stage will agree on this part. Aditya Chopra gave me my launchpad," she said. 

She added to above, "Yes, I am an outsider and he launched me in a big film. Similarly, he has launched Ranveer Singh and Parineeti Chopra and we three are completely from a non-filmy background. Going by my experience, I have a lot of respect for Aditya Chopra because he gave a platform to the actors and I have personally never experienced it [nepotism]. For me, things changed after Band Baaja Baaraat and then people started taking me seriously and that film literally changed my life." 

"After this I understood that if you are doing good here, people would want to work with you and if you are not putting your 100%, people would not work with you be it anything. In this industry, people take business decisions," the actress said. 

Further the actress was asked about the recent attack happened to film Padmavati's set, on which she responded, "This is unacceptable. Nobody, no sensible person, not just from the film industry but outside as well will accept this. Causing such kind of damage to someone's personal property is not acceptable." 

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