In film industry most of the young hero's are sons or grand sons of old hero's, how many of you supports this ?

In film industry most of the hero's are sons or grand sons of old hero's. This is like chain system.star from outside who is not related to film industry are never become a top hero now a days.Are you supporting this or against to this?

Category: Movies & Entertainment 4 years ago
Asked 4 years ago

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It cannot be questioned at all. Choosing a career is one's personal choice and there is no reason that a hero's son should not opt for acting profession. To get success one has to be talented. Be it medical, legal, business, engineering and many other career where children plan to join especially because their fathers seem so well placed. So, choosing career cannot be determined by any law.

Shampa Sadhya
Answered 4 years ago
Shampa Sadhya

If talent is taken into consideration, in no way it's t going to be a hindrance. What about SRK who came in to movie land and the great Amitabh Bachchan ?

Talent stays forever. I support both categories.

 

rambabu
Answered 4 years ago
rambabu

We cannot stop the sons and daughters and grandchildren of prominent stars from joining the film industry. We have seen many such star children make their foray in the industry and then soon fade away into oblivion because they did not have the talent or charisma for it. It is audience who ultimately decide on who makes it or breaks it in the industry. Since these people have money, they can keep their children in the industry, whether they are liked or not is up to us.

usha manohar
Answered 4 years ago
usha manohar

This is so in all professions. The business are usually family run. Political parties are also family run. so what if there is such trend in films also. 

Gulshan Kumar Ajmani
Answered 4 years ago
Gulshan Kumar Ajmani

True, today this is happening in the fields like acting, political or medical. Doctors want their son will become doctor, actor thinks his son will become actor, and politician thinks politics is the easiest way to make money.

 

Manoj Kumar Lamba
Answered 4 years ago
Manoj Kumar Lamba

Definitely parents are role models for kids and it's nothing surprising if kids choose parents' profession. If it gives money and fame in less risk, time and effort (also someone to guide them in that profession), why star/politicians' kids won't choose it???? Though it definitely gives a good start with less struggles, only the best i\will survive.

Sandhya Rani
Answered 4 years ago
Sandhya Rani

It is to debu in film for son and grand sons of old film stars. But making films is game of million trillion rupess. here no one cast any young because he/she is daughter or son of film star. The person who have talent will success here. What happen of Rajiv Kapoor, kunal Goswami, Mimoh. Puru Rajkumar one more.

anil
Answered 4 years ago
anil

Wel, in Tollywood or Bollywood or any film Industry all the sons of old actors and daughters of old actress are being ruling the film Industries

sarala
Answered 4 years ago
sarala

We never question if a son or daughter of a doctor chooses to be a doctor. The choice of a profession is the right of a person. Yes, I agree that in film industry and politics, the trend is more. Or maybe, it is more noticeable because these are popular fields and quite covered by media. I also do agree that the struggle to get launched in films or politics is less if you have a family who is in to that field already. But it holds true for other professions too. If your father is an artist, you will inherit a well established studio without any effort.  Similarly, you get well established nursing home from your doctor parents for no effort.

But to succeed further, you need to have your own talent. We have seen sons of superstars getting rejected by audiences. And so is the case in other professions. So your success will depend on your talent, grit, hard work and of course your destiny.

Arunima Singh
Answered 3 years ago
Arunima Singh

I feel talent prevails at the end of the day. So, to me it really does not matter. The audiences will decide if a hero has longevity in the industry or not.

Sheetal Kumar N
Answered 2 years ago
Sheetal Kumar N

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