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Nepotism: What Would Siddhanth Kapoor Be Without His Father Shakti Kapoor?

Onkar Kulkarni | Last Modified - Jul 23, 2017, 11:13 AM IST

Just like ‘Intolerance’, the word ‘Nepotism’ caught on and refuses to fade away, like the former mellowed down over a pe
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    Just like ‘Intolerance’, the word ‘Nepotism’ caught on and refuses to fade away, like the former mellowed down over a period of time in terms of debates and discussions. After Kangana Ranaut first spoke about it on Koffee With Karan, it alarmed a debate of favouritism in Bollywood amongst the filmy folks against the outsiders.

    After making headlines, it eventually died down only to resurrect at IIFA, the international award ceremony that took place in New York, USA. The trio Karan Johar, Saif Ali Khan and Varun Dhawan made a joke of the existing nepotism in Bollywood and poked fun at Kangana.
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    Siddhanth Kapoor as Dawood
    Just like ‘Intolerance’, the word ‘Nepotism’ caught on and refuses to fade away, like the former mellowed down over a period of time in terms of debates and discussions. After Kangana Ranaut first spoke about it on Koffee With Karan, it alarmed a debate of favouritism in Bollywood amongst the filmy folks against the outsiders.

    After making headlines, it eventually died down only to resurrect at IIFA, the international award ceremony that took place in New York, USA. The trio Karan Johar, Saif Ali Khan and Varun Dhawan made a joke of the existing nepotism in Bollywood and poked fun at Kangana.
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    Siddhanth Kapoor
    Just like ‘Intolerance’, the word ‘Nepotism’ caught on and refuses to fade away, like the former mellowed down over a period of time in terms of debates and discussions. After Kangana Ranaut first spoke about it on Koffee With Karan, it alarmed a debate of favouritism in Bollywood amongst the filmy folks against the outsiders.

    After making headlines, it eventually died down only to resurrect at IIFA, the international award ceremony that took place in New York, USA. The trio Karan Johar, Saif Ali Khan and Varun Dhawan made a joke of the existing nepotism in Bollywood and poked fun at Kangana.
  • Siddhanth at the launch of Haseena
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    Siddhanth at the launch of Haseena
    Just like ‘Intolerance’, the word ‘Nepotism’ caught on and refuses to fade away, like the former mellowed down over a period of time in terms of debates and discussions. After Kangana Ranaut first spoke about it on Koffee With Karan, it alarmed a debate of favouritism in Bollywood amongst the filmy folks against the outsiders.

    After making headlines, it eventually died down only to resurrect at IIFA, the international award ceremony that took place in New York, USA. The trio Karan Johar, Saif Ali Khan and Varun Dhawan made a joke of the existing nepotism in Bollywood and poked fun at Kangana.

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