Kareena Kapoor: I don't think nepotism exists

Kareena Kapoor: I don't think nepotism exists

Kareena Kapoor Khan and sister Karisma Kapoor recently meet Hillary Clinton, former U.S. secretary of state and 2016 Democratic Party nominee for president of the United States, at the India Today Conclave.

Kareena said it was her sister and her who broke the stereotypes and went on to pursue a career in films.

Being the son of two of the most popular actors in Bollywood, Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan, Taimur was born in the spotlight. Not that the trolls mattered, because the night before I was going to the hospital, Saif asked me, "If it's a boy, are you sure you want to do this? Taimur means 'iron" and I will produce Iron Man. Even though, Saif later clarified that the name Taimur hasn't got anything to do with the historic ruler, but in fact it means, iron, the backlash seemed to be never ending.

"I do not like the fact that everyday Taimur's moves are monitored, pictures are out, what he is doing, where he is going, what he is wearing, discussing his hairstyle". She said that Ranveer Singh becoming a superstar is proof of that. The gorgeous sisters of graced the session on The Kapoor Clan: Film, Family, Feminism. My heart no more beats inside me.

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"It took Kapoor girls to break the norms", she said. Let's change the name and call him Faiz. If nepotism exists everyone would have been superstars and Number 1.

Kareena replied, "There are so many superstars from yesteryears and not all of their children are a superstar". They spoke about their lives as actors, the male domination in the industry, the relationship both share and of course, no conversation is complete without the mention internet favourite star - Taimur!

Kareena said she was obsessed with actresses Madhuri Dixit and late Sridevi. "When you have generations of actors and huge legacy behind you, it is actually hard for a star child to live up to it and succeed in this industry", she said.