Yami Gautam Opens Up On Nepotism In Bollywood: From time to time there is a debate about nepotism in Bollywood. Often, there is talk of giving less attention to the stars from outside in the film world than the insider, about which many celebs of the industry have given their opinion. On the other hand, actress Yami Gautam has also commented on nepotism while answering the questions of the fans.
Yami holds ‘Ask Me Anything session’ for fans
Recently, Yami Gautam had an Ask Me Anything session with her fans. The actress wrote on Twitter, ‘Hello friends, it has been a long time since we talked on Twitter. Let’s book at 6 pm and talk about the issues’. In such a situation, a fan on Twitter, questioning the actress about the effect due to nepotism on Bollywood, wrote, ‘Don’t you think that the people who are in the Bollywood industry can see talented faces coming from non-film backgrounds. push back? Have you faced this too?’
What happened in the past is done ! We have to focus on NOW to make this place better with brilliant films & talent, regardless of our respective backgrounds! And I feel that change is definitely happening now https://t.co/6WqpgHawh8
— Yami Gautam Dhar (@yamigautam) October 19, 2022
Yami Gautam spoke openly on Nepotism
Yami Gautam gave a very accurate answer to this fan and told that changes are taking place in Bollywood now. Yami writes, ‘What has passed, has passed, that has happened. We all should focus on today. Bollywood should be made a better place. Good films should be made. Talent should be promoted, no matter what background we come from and I feel that change is coming slowly. Apart from this, Yami while speaking on Bollywood and South films also said, ‘We should keep our audience in mind and make similar films’.
Let us tell you that from the very beginning, Yami Gautam has always been vocal about the things happening in the industry. He has openly expressed his opinion on every issue. Talking about the work front, at this time the actress has many films lineup. These include the names of films like ‘Lost’, ‘OMG 2’ and ‘Dhoom Dham’.