“We work in an industry where being at the right place at the right time matters and it can change a lot for you, and yes if you have the right contacts you will be the first one to receive that information so yes it's true,” he says.
Nepotism Reality: Opportunities and Passing the Torch
“Well I think it’s not about the industry not being organised but it’s about how well we prepare ourselves. Actors, a lot of the time, get comfortable after getting one big job and they think things should roll automatically. But it’s not how it should be. I feel as an actor you should always keep training yourself and try to do better, give auditions, and not let your ego come in between,” he ends.
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