Kashmera Shah has opened up about nepotism in her recent interaction. She has said that she doesn’t like people speaking about nepotism and that ‘it doesn’t matter’ if someone is talented. She likewise said that on the off chance that her sons, Rayaan and Krishaang will make their movie debut that will be on the grounds that it is in their blood and not because of nepotism.
In a recent interaction with Bollywood Hungama, Kashmera said, “If someone talks against Bollywood or talks about nepotism, I take that personally because I am a living proof of the fact that nepotism never matters. I was good and hence I got work, thereby helping me shine in this industry. Hence, I don’t like people talking against it.”
Kashmera, who helmed and delivered 2019 movie Marne Bhi Do Yaaron, likewise talked about on her next directorial project Shriman Aishwarya Rai. Opening up about it, she said, “It’s also about friendship and the film industry. I got tired of people talking against the industry. I wanted to advocate that in this industry friendship is very important and people do care for each other. People get work for being good artists, and not for being somebody’s sons or daughters. The latter also happens. But that doesn’t matter. If my sons become an actor tomorrow then will you guys call it nepotism? Acting and dancing is in their blood so they might do that. Moreover, a doctor’s son always become a doctor. But that’s acceptable for some reason.”
Kashmera has shown up in many reality TV shows like Bigg Boss, Steal Ur Girlfriend, Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi 4, and Iss Jungle Se Mujhe Bachao am.