Nepotism does not rock, and Kangana Ranaut is right. But what about the outsider with a proclivity for sad endings and silent backdrops?
There’s nepotism in every aristocracy, every enterprise in India. Politics, films, public limited companies—the power usually stays ensconced in the family. Those outside of these aristocracies and enterprises, the majority of Indians, whine about it and joke about it. In fatalistic, and sometimes funny ways, the belief that privilege is a matter of birth permeates us all. In middle-class gupshups over chai, these questions arise: who will take over the reins from Ratan Tata and Narendra Modi? Will Salman Khan ever launch his own child with a Rs100 crore movie?
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