After Kangana Ranaut opened the lid on talks of nepotism on Koffee With Karan, Bollywood was at war of words with the actor. Popular names in the tinsel town spoke on it creating a debate of sorts on nepotism in the industry. While Ranbir Kapoor said he is a disarmed product of nepotism, Kareena Kapoor said that it exists in every field and not just Bollywood. While the air on nepotism has settled a bit, filmmaker Vikram Bhatt has written an open letter to his daughter Krishna which also talks about nepotism. Vikram Bhatt talks about his struggle establishing himself has a director in the industry and thirty-five years of his career. Introducing Krishna to the entertainment industry, Bhatt who recently ventured into the digital platform, he says “filmmaking is the business of entertainment”. Also Read - EXCLUSIVE! Vikram Bhatt on OTT vs Theatrical Release: OTT Had Never Been Main Source of Revenue, But It Is Now

 
Karan Johar: Nepotism Is Going To Happen, Apologies If You Have A Problem With It

Karan Johar: Nepotism Is Going To Happen, Apologies If You Have A Problem With It

In the post, Vikram Bhatt explains why his daughter is a product of nepotism and then says, however, success will lead way for the talented only. Bhatt writes, “There will be some who will call you a product of nepotism and run you down. Don’t try to pretend that you are not. You are the product of nepotism and that is fine. I have worked hard all my life so that you have it easier than me. If someone rues that, too bad! Screw this game of fairness. Nothing is fair. But nepotism will only give an opportunity and not success. Success depends on talent and not opportunity. There are scores of examples of nepotism in this place that have failed, some even after more than one chance at it so remember it’s only your talent that will get you by in the final analysis.” Also Read - Kumar Sanu Says he Supported Son Jaan Whenever he Could: 'He Asked me To Call a Few People I Know'

Here is Vikram Bhatt’s Facebook post: Also Read - Kumar Sanu Takes a U-Turn on His 'Upbringing' Statement Against Ex-Wife, Says he Never Wanted Jaan Kumar Sanu to Enter Bigg Boss 14

The director is known for films like Ghulam and Raaz in the letter tells his daughter to not let the word ‘posterity’ bother her too much. Bhatt concludes his letter saying, “Lastly my love, don’t get caught up in this hall of fame business. Everything fades with time. However, successful you are today, there will be a time when you will be forgotten. So live life to the fullest.” Krishna Bhatt is making her debut with web-series Untouchables. While Vikram Bhatt ventured into the digital platform with web series like Twisted’,’Maya’ and ‘Hadh’.