Suhana Khan was appointed as brand ambassador even before appearing in The Archies, her Bollywood debut. Along with Kareena Kapoor Khan and Kiara Advani, the actor Shah Rukh Khan’s daughter was spotted making a stunning entrance in a red dress last night at the Tira event. All three divas killed it. However, Suhana’s standing beside Bebo and Kiara, who have worked incredibly hard to get to this platform, upset many online users, and they are now debating what merit Suhana has. Is she getting it because she is Shah Rukh Khan’s daughter? And for that reason, does she have the capacity to handle anything?
The nepotism argument in Bollywood has reached its apex ever since Kangana Ranaut, a Bollywood actress, ignited it in 2015 on Karan Johar’s Koffee Couch. However, recently, the netizens have been harshly criticising all the star offspring, which is causing them to have mental health problems. Ananya Panday discussed how being constantly judged for her privileges hurt her in an interview but she has come to terms with it because she chose this path to be an actor.
Suhana Khan, Kareena Kapoor, and Kiara Advani spotted together:
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Suhana got brutally trolled for her appearance with the two leading actresses of Bollywood, Kareena and Kiara. A comment read, “Only 2….one has done nothing, except being born in a superstar family.” Another read, “Suhana ka kya role h Bollywood me” A troll commented, “Lol suhana next to veteran actress who have atleast 10 years of experience wtf SRK nepo privilege smh”
We ponder whether Suhana Khan must experience the same verdicts. It will be interesting to witness how the Jawan star daughter navigates the churn and buzz to run her life. Then again, Shah Rukh Khan is a self-made guy; he had nothing when he first entered Bollywood, and he has since amassed everything on his own, which he is now giving away to his children, which is totally understandable. No?
When asked about the nepotism controversy in 2017, Jawan actor Shah Rukh Khan responded with the funniest line: “I don’t understand this conversation (about nepotism). I get the impression that the other person is referencing Napoleon when they use the word “nepotism.” I have a sufficient command of English, yet I still cannot understand the conversation. Whether I agree or disagree, I can’t possibly have an opinion because I don’t even understand it. The most elegant approach conceivable was used by SRK to sidestep the topic.”