There is an ongoing debate on Nepotism after the shocking suicide of Sushant Singh Rajput. Many have jumped into the row and spoke out their opinion, and now Suniel Shetty talked straight on the debate. Suniel Shetty is known to be one of the most successful self-made actors in Bollywood. He has entertained a pleasant journey with many great movies in 25 years of his career. He is married to Mana Shetty and has two kids Athiya and Ahan Shetty who are ready to carry forward their legacy. However, they are found themselves in the whirlwind of raging nepotism debate in Bollywood.
With an interview with ETimes, Suniel Shetty spoke out on the ongoing debate on nepotism. He speaks up in the favor of the newcomers in Bollywood irrespective of their family’s legacy. He said that each has the right to choose their own career no matter which family background they belong to. Asking about his glorious career in Bollywood and his journey in the industry, he said, “No life goes without the problems. For me, it is like a companion, and we grew up together.”
Suniel Shetty started his career in 1989. His first film was released in 1992. He disclosed that his film ‘Aarzoo’ that got shelved even though completed 100 percent. Later, his film ‘Ek Aur Faulaad’ released but vanished in the thin air. He then started ‘Waqt Hamara Hai’ and ‘Balwaan’, in 1992 which was his first official film.