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Vidya Balan Weighs In On Nepotism Debate:

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New Delhi:

Vidya Balan is currently gearing up for the release of her upcoming film. Do and loveduring the dialogue held at the inaugural session of Indian Expressactors Vidya Balan And Pratik Gandhi He delves into his experiences of overcoming rejection, being labeled ‘jinked’ and enduring what he describes as a ‘witch hunt’ before achieving success. The actress also weighed in on the nepotism controversy. Addressing questions about facing bias in the film industry, Vidya Balan said, “Nepotism or nepotism, I am here. Kisi ki bap ki industri nahi hai, nahi to har bap ka beta, har bap ki beti yashashib hote” (The film industry does not belong to whose father, (Otherwise all star kids would have been successful.)

Vidya Balan also reminisced about the “witch hunt” that took place in her early career. “I was going through heartbreak for three years. That feeling of rejection was so intense and it was devastating. I was shattered and my will to continue on this path was shaken. But I have to say that the fire in my belly is overpowering everything else,” she said. shared.

Prateek, who won accolades for his role Scam 92: The Harshad Mehta Story, opened up about his journey to success. After shifting to Mumbai from Surat, he said, he faced his fair share of challenges. “TV completely rejected me. I got rejected from all the auditions I gave. His idea of ​​an actor for a television show was a little different. My appearance was not working for them. They were looking for a certain body type, skin color and appearance,” he said.

Do and love Released on April 19.

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