Karan Deol Shares His Take On Nepotism


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In
a
recent
chat
with
a
leading
daily,
Sunny
Deol’s
son
Karan
Deol
opened
up
about
the
nepotism
debate
and
said
that
he
cannot
run
away
from
the
fact
that
he
got
the
launch
platform
very
easily,
but
at
the
end
of
the
day
it’s
the
talent
that
counts.

Sharing
his
take
on
nepotism,
Karan
who
made
his
Bollywood
debut
with

Pal
Pal
Dil
Ke
Paas,

told
TOI,
“See,
I
can’t
run
away
from
the
fact
that
I
got
the
launch
platform,
but
at
the
end
of
the
day,
it’s
your
talent
that
speaks.
So
if
you’re
not
good,
or
if
you’re
not
up
to
the
mark,
the
amount
of
competition
that
is
out
there,
you
will
get
lost
in
it.”

karan-deol-shares-his-take-on-nepotism

“You
might
get
your
first
film,
you
might
move
a
little
bit
ahead
after
that,
but
then
you
will
be
just
dropped
and
you
will
go
away.
So
I
believe
that
it’s
your
work
and
your
talent
that
speaks
the
most,” added
Karan.

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In
the
same
interview,
Karan
also
opened
up
about
dealing
with
the
failure,
as
his
debut
film
was
tanked
at
the
box
office.
He
said
that

Pal
Pal
Dil
Ke
Paas

didn’t
turn
out
the
way
he
expected
it
to,
and
he
was
in
a
weird
space
of
his
life.

“Then
I
saw
the
first
time
I’ve
acted
in
front
of
the
camera,
and
I
said
to
myself
that,
‘Look
Rocky,
you
look
so
happy.
Remember
that
you’ve
done
it
because
you
love
it.
And
that’s
the
happiness
that
shows
on
your
face,” stated
Karan.

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READ:
Bobby
Deol
On
Apne
2:
It’s
Been
Written
Keeping
In
Mind
The
Viewpoint
Of
New
Generation

The
Deol
scion
further
added
that
things
might
have
not
gone
his
way,
but
he
will
just
push
himself
to
do
better.

With
respect
to
work,
Karan
will
next
be
seen
in

Apne
2

that
also
casts
Dharmendra,
Sunny
Deol
and
Bobby
Deol.

Story first published: Monday, May 24, 2021, 23:49 [IST]



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