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Is Karan Johar right when he said that star kids are better?
No. He is wrong. But the problem is elsewhere.
Let me explain-
See, we are obviously not the richest country in the world.
But that would not have been a problem if we were a sexually liberated society not a conservative one which would allow us to adapt in every level to compete each and every one even without the money. Because then we would not have anything that is blocking us from our psyche.
What is going on at the moment?
We have plenty of good actors from all over India. But most of them do lack in certain areas. Because most of them grew up in a comparatively conservative background compared to this Bollywood kids which means they were always better groomed than rest of us. Even the rich kids of our society is also from a comparatively sexually conservative background compared to the west which is one the reason- anyone from West can sign through in this so called glamour industry way better than us. As they have two advantages over us- money and sexual independence.
So does that mean- these Bollywood kids are some kind of best?
Absolutely fucking not.
Most of them are terrible.
But the reason mentioned above, we can't really push them out of their places just like in western countries. And that is why you see nepotism is prevalent more in Bollywood or rather in India.
Actually nepotism is everywhere but the difference is ordinary people are socially empowered in West not to make it a factor. This is why, you will see that people are competing with everyone in West which is very difficult to do here.
So Karan Johar isn't right when he said that Bollywood kids are better, but it just our society's backdated ideas and thinking process and design are preventing us to bulldoze nepotism.
Let's be honest here - how many of us are really groomed from childhood to take them on? I mean money itself is a factor but it wouldn't have been if as I said it before. I personally don't like Karan Johar but I have to admit one thing that he did try to potray a counter narrative as oppose to the stereotype potrayal of Indians in western movies. But he does it in a very stupid way which is another discussion.
The point is in his mind, he probably only see certain people from certain background meeting that criteria for his movies. Because Bollywood not just a movie industry, it is also a glamour industry as well.
As I said before it could have been challenged then and there if India already was a sexually liberated society.
But the good news is it is becoming like that very very quickly.
Our economy is slowly but surely improving with the help of internet and other technology, Indians are exposed to the world more openly than ever before from the childhood.
I know for a fact our young generation is more sexually adventurous than ever before. We definitely becoming more healthy and good looking than ever before even though our government data may say otherwise. But you know what I am talking about. So the chances are that nepotism won't be that big of factors in Bollywood 7 -10–12 years down the line as things are changing in India in a very rapid rate.
So Karan Johar may still get away saying shit like that but not for very long.
it is said that we should not keep any expectations in pure love
But I believe that if we truly love someone , then little love and respect are expected from them but in spite of so much love affection and respect we don't get some love n respect , then it's better to leave it then to fall behind because loves gives peace and knows how to respect one
We must respect ourselves
What others think does not matter
But it doesn't mean that our respect in society is not important.... rather we should have the ways... through which we can get respect from others...... whether they are willing to give or not
"Today is a time when everyone play with my respect, But time will come when respect will be my crown and no one can even be as high as my crown. In fact, people will be jealous of me."
Jammu and Kashmir, India .