The cry and foul after the great loss of leading personality ,Late Sushant Rajput ,The epitome of rise from the scratch ,common face ,inspiration to millions of youth, was on expected line...Does nepo exist....In Government Jobs - To some extent,In Sports-Sure ..... In Politics-Hell Ya, In Film Industry-Undoubtedly yes,.
Flashing back to times when JRD Tata was accused promoting Nepotism. Try to imagine a greatest industrialist most coveted trust of Brand India INC without the face popping out of Great Ratan Tata . That Sweet revenge Moment- an incident with Ford officials changed the course of history of indian automobile face worldwide and instead of selling their car business to Ford, Tata ended up buying Ford's Jaguar Land Rover nine years later.
Nepotism always tries to perpetuate its Rule:
- Politics:65% of Members in the age group of 31 - 40 are hereditary MP's. Slowly and steadily we are moving towards the infamous French conclusion.
- Nepokids Industry(Bollywood):
- Imagine an actress winning a Filmfare debutant award after two years of her launch just because the first year of her debut the much deserved actress in maine pyar kiya fame Bhagyashree won the award.
- Can u imagine a person getting a debutante award for two films. How can a actress debut two times. The reason to be more pissed because Sarmin segal and Sevalika Oberoi shook the stage by both her acting performance and were debuting in the same freaking year.
- Suarj punchali getting award over Vicky Kaushals performance in Machan.Will rest my words right there......
Probably the matter of fact is getting a unfair chance to same DNA to an extent is digestible but to making a nexus narowing the funnel for new entraints to an extent that he is left with no option to take his life is unacceptable and strategic revenge is to placed .The change and voice against such nexus is to be raised with clear intent of damaging their brands and its should be so clear that it must cost their PR agency a whacking to pitch them in the industry against the common voice.
- First-time entrepreneurs - The success rate among first-time entrepreneurs is a low 18%, but that doesn't mean you should give up right away.
- Second-timers - Even if your first attempt fails, there's a silver lining to keep in mind. The odds of succeeding increases to 20% for entrepreneurs who give launching a startup a second try.