Sushant Singh Rajput’s death has given birth to heated debates on Nepotism in B-Town Industry. Many celebrities are voicing their thoughts about the same. The netizens are bashing star-kids for getting so much fame and awards. Talking about the same, Zareen Khan admitted that outsiders do face struggles. She also talked about the on-going pandemic and how it is affecting people’s finances. She feels that all of this is ultimately affecting mental health.
Zareen Khan on Struggles faced by Outsiders:
Zareen Khan in an interview with a news portal, opened up about her struggles post the release of Veer. The 2010 movie did not earn love. In resultant, the entire blame of was shouldered to Zareena by the people as it was her debut film. She was quoted as, “It has always been tough. When Veer (2010) didn’t do well, people blamed me for it. At that time I was new, unpolished I might have made mistakes but no one understood. I soon became the soft target. Getting work after that was difficult.”
The actor also said her comparison with Katrina backfired as the latter was still working. She also said that an outsider always has an uncertainty about getting work. According to her, star-kids and people with friends get everything easily. She said, “I feel bad that I’m not given the chance to show whether I’ve the potential or not.”
The actress also talked about Salman Khan with a sense of gratitude and also said that after Veer she was on her own. She had also thanked Salman in an Instagram post about completion of 10 years of Veer.
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Today marks 10years of Veer. ❤️ Can’t believe I’ve been a part of this industry for a decade. Time really flies. These 10years have definitely been a roller coaster ride. There hav been several ups & downs , goods & bads , rejections etc but I’ve taken everything as a learning experience. A lot of people struggle to become a part of this film industry , I was lucky enough to get an entry so easily, esp. when I’d never thought or had any dreams of becoming a part of it. My struggle started after I became a part of this industry. I was like a lost child in the initial days really trying to understand how it all works. I did not even know where the camera was when I gave my very first shot for Veer. 😄 At the end of 10yrs , I hav done Hindi , Punjabi , Telugu films and now gonna debut on the small screen with Jeep Bollywood Trails which is a travel show. I’m proud of everything that I’ve been able to achieve so far. These 10years have taught me a lot but its not that I’m a pro now and understand everything about the workings of this industry, I still have a lot to learn. I want to thank each and everyone of you for giving me so much love and support. It’s only bcoz of all the love and support you all have given me in this journey of mine , that I could come so far and survived it all. Please keep it coming so that I can go a long way. 🥰✨ A special thank you to @beingsalmankhan . If it wasn’t for you, I Dnt think I’d ever be a part of this industry. You changed my life 360 degrees in a way I’d never imagined and for that I’m gonna be forever grateful. 🙏🏻 Lots of love to all of you ! Yours truly, Zareen Khan. #10YearsOfVeer #10YearsOfZareenKhan #Blessed #Grateful #ZareenKhan
Zareen is currently looking forward to the release of her LGBTQ film ‘Hum Bhi Akele Tum Bhi Akele’. The actress is waiting to start the shoot of a Punjabi movie. Currently, the actor is stressed about her finances.
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