Debutant Alaya Accepts Being Privileged; Has Learned From Others' Mistakes

Publish Date: 16 Jan, 2020 12:53 PM   |   Harshita  

MUMBAI: Alaya F is just another product of nepotism who is all set to make her Bollywood debut with 'Jawaani Jaaneman'. Just like any other star kid, the daughter of Pooja Bedi was also asked the question of nepotism to which she acknowledged of being privileged. 

The nepotism debate is surely not getting old and obviously Alaya is the new entrant to the group. When the media asked her opinion about the same, Alaya did mention the struggles of a star kid but also presented her opinions that those struggles are nothing as compared to an ordinary person. She said, "We need to realize that even in our struggle, we are privileged. If we got rejected in 10 auditions, someone else has got the thumbs down 100 times. Their struggle is greater than ours. But just because I’m privileged, doesn’t mean that I’m not going to do what I love and work hard at it."

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Well, the last paragraph had the words "struggle" and "nepotism", so there would definitely be a flashback of 'Struggler of the Year' Ananya Panday. Even Alaya did not forget to mention her as she said that she has learned from all the mistakes committed by these young star kids. 


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She said, "Sara, Ananya (Panday), Tara (Sutaria), Janhvi (Kapoor), among others, are all extremely talented in different ways and together we’ve so much to offer. I respect everyone and have watched all their interviews several times to learn from their mistakes and take a note of their good points. I’ve also learnt to see them in the limelight."

Seems like the upcoming star has prepped herself well enough to face the paparazzi and will surely watch her words instead of just blabbering them. 

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Alaya stars along with Saif Ali Khan and Tabu in the upcoming comedy-drama 'Jawaani Jaaneman'. She plays their daughter who plans to bring together their estranged parents. It will be hitting the screens on 31st January.