IIFA's Post Describing Ananya Pandey, Suhana Khan & Shanaya Kapoor As 'next Generation Divas' Faces Backlash Over Nepotism

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IIFA's tweet featuring Suhana Khan, Ananya Pandey and Shanaya Kapoor as ‘next generation divas’ faces backlash from Twitterati for ‘promoting nepotism’

Written By Digital Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:

Starkids and nepotism debate in Bollywood industry goes hand in hand now. After Chunky Panday’s daughter Ananya Panday, who recently debuted in the industry with  ‘Student of the Year 2’ posed with her girl gang featuring Shah Rukh Khan’s daughter Suhana Khan and Sanjay Kapoor's daughter Shanaya Kapoor, now IIFA (International Indian Film Academy Awards) has shared the same picture but with a different caption.

The caption on the IIFA Awards' Twitter handle read: "The next generation of divas is ready to take on the world!" And within minutes, Twitterati started to drop comments over how 'nepotism' was written all over the post. One user wrote: "Perfect example: How nepotism leads to mediocrity?', while the other said: "Useless three.....Nepo kids", and another wrote: "NepoDivas not Just Divas ...".

Take a look at the post and some reactions -

In a recent interview, Ananya was asked if she had any tips to give to Suhana and Shanaya before they make their debut. To this, Pandey said: "They don’t need tips from me. In fact, I need tips from them. They both are such wonderful actors. We have grown up in the industry and would always discuss films. We used to watch a lot of films whenever we got together. So I am really looking forward to their debut in Bollywood."

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