Uorfi Javed slams Aditya Chopra’s comments on nepotism in Bollywood

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Actress Uorfi Javed recently spoke out against filmmaker Aditya Chopra’s comments on nepotism in his docuseries, The Romantics. During the show, Aditya gave the example of his brother, Uday Chopra, who despite being the son of renowned director Yash Chopra, could not achieve stardom in the industry.

Uorfi took to her Instagram Stories to express her disagreement with Aditya’s statement. She argued that if Uday Chopra were someone without a filmy background, like Uday Chauhan, he would not have received the same opportunities after one box-office flop. She expressed frustration with the notion that nepotism is only about success, and emphasized that it is really about the opportunities that are given to people.

In the docu-series, Aditya claimed that the only ones who can decide whether someone becomes a star are the audience themselves. He had explained, “My brother is an actor and he’s not a very successful actor. Now, here is the son of one of the biggest filmmakers, he’s the brother of a very big filmmaker. Imagine a company like YRF, which has probably launched the most newcomers, and we could not make him a star. Why could we not do it on our own? Because the bottom line is, only an audience will decide, ‘I like this person, I want to see this person’. No one else can decide that.”

Uorfi was clearly unhappy with this explanation and expressed her disappointment in a lengthy Instagram caption. She criticized the statement, saying that Uday Chopra wasn’t good-looking and wasn’t a good actor, but still kept getting work due to his family connections.

Uday Chopra made his debut with Mohabbatein in 2000 and appeared in around 10 films after that. His last role was in the 2013 film Dhoom 3, where he reprised his role as Sub-Inspector Ali for the third time.

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