'Jawaani Jaaneman' Star Alaya F Slams Ananya's Take On Nepotism, Here's What She Said

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Actress Pooja Bedi''s daughter Alaya F feels her colleague Ananya Panday doesn''t have a good answer on nepotism.

Written By Press Trust Of India | Mumbai | Updated On:

Ananya Panday, who was last seen in the movie Pati Patni Aur Woh made headlines after her comments on nepotism on the show The Newcomers Roundtable 2019. Ananya's opinion and the epic reply she received from Siddhant Chaturvedi became the most talked-about subject on social media. While Panday is just two films old in Bollywood, giving her tough competition is newcomer is Pooja Bedi's daughter Alaya F. 

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Alaya F on Ananya's nepotism comment 

Starring in Saif Ali Khan's Jaawani Janemaan, the debutant in an interview with a news agency slammed Ananya Panday's nepotism answer stating that while the Student of The Year 2 actress does not have a good answer, she does. 

“We need to realise that even in our struggle, we are privileged. If we got rejected in 10 auditions, someone else has got the thumbs down 100 times", she stated. 

READ: Alaya F Looks Stunning During The Promotions Of 'Jawaani Jaaneman'


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Ananya Panday's certain views on nepotism that included her saying that she has struggled to be a part of Bollywood or her father has never visited shows like Koffee with Karan left internet outraged. As she was making these comments, Siddhanth had an impressive point in the ‘star kids vs outsiders’ debate. The Gully Boy star said that the difference between them was that where their dreams get fulfilled is when the struggles of the star kids start. 

READ: Jawaani Jaaneman's Alaya F Says She 'won't Be Surprised' To Wake Up Next To Kartik Aaryan



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