Rajkummar Rao: Nepotism will always be there in Film Industry

One of the most famous Heroes of the new generation of  Bollywood Industry RajKummar Rao is in news for his take on Nepotism. Fans admire him for choosing different and real stories. Rajkummar Rao always breaks the stereotypes through his performances in movies like Newton, Barelli ki Barfi, Stree and various others. While talking to the media Rajkummar Rao several times shares his opinions on Nepotism.

In a recent interview, he opened up about nepotism in the Film Industry. Rajkummar said, "Nepotism will always be there, but now there are many opportunities. I have friends who were my classmates but are getting recognition now, thanks to OTT platforms. Like Jaideep Ahlawat in Pataal Lok and Pratik Gandhi in Scam 1992. Nepotism will be there, but your work and talent will speak."

Speaking about the selection of story for a film he said, “When I saw HIT, I instantly connected with it. It’s an engaging story, relevant in today’s environment. As an actor, I am always on the lookout to play characters I haven’t explored and HIT gives me a chance to do that. I’m looking forward to taking this journey with Sailesh and Dil Raju."

RajKummar Rao is working on different stories for his upcoming project. Whether you talk about his acting or his thoughts, he never disappoints the audience. In his upcoming movie, "The First Case on Thursday" he is playing the role of a police officer who is appointed to find a missing girl. Sanya Malhotra, who plays the role of Rajkummar's love interest, also goes missing, and the actor is seen juggling between finding his girlfriend and the missing girl.

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