Not everyone in the film industry speaks about its loopholes specially emerging stars. Ayushmann Khurana is not one among them. He has already created a niche for himself when it comes to films.
It is worthy to mention here that Ayushmann had negligible prior connections with bollywood before his entry to the film industry and his rise as an actor is praiseworthy. Thanks to actor turned producer John Abraham who took the risk to launch new faces and storylines.
In an interview to the magazine Filmfare the Ayushmann has spoken at length about his views on star kids and whether bollywood suffers from the plague of nepotism or not.
Nepotism is everywhere and exists in every sector, says the Bareilly Ki Barfi actor. He backs his statement by relevant logic and says that an industrialist will always push his son to be an industrialist and so is the case with bollywood star kids.
The Vicky Donor actor very frankly says that you may be a star kid but eventually it is your talent that will matter. Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt do not get movies because they are star kids but because they have worked hard to be where they are today, added Ayushmann.
Admitting that star kids do get opportunities faster, Khurana said that he would have launched at the age of 22 or 23 instead of 27 had he been a star kid.