Kareena Kapoor thinks that nepotism doesn't exist in Bollywood. "If nepotism exists, they would have been a big star by now", she said.
In the video, Kareena, who is dressed in a white formal outfit, is happily dancing to the song along with her sister Karisma Kapoor.
In 2016, soon after Kareena and actor Saif Ali Khan made a decision to call their first child Taimur, social media erupted with questions on the choice of the name.
"Children are the most important thing in the world. Nepotism does not exist".
Earlier, Kareena Kapoor Khan said in an official statement, "It's an honour to return to India Today Conclave and I am very excited as I will be sharing the stage with one of my inspirations, my sister Karisma Kapoor".
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. But the fact that today Ranveer Singh, (who) does not have a mother or a father who is a superstar, out of sheer talent and hard work he is where he is today. "When you are on-screen, anybody can make or break you; anyone can make a judgment on you irrespective of you are a daughter or grandchildren of someone", said Karisma.More news: Tiger Woods within striking distance of first win since 2013
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Looks like Bollywood is still not over the nepotism debate.
While they were countered that Kangana said otherwise, Karisma asserted, "People can have their opinion and we should respect each opinion".
Asked about their favourite movie of Sridevi, they both said it was "Khuda Gawah" and they watched it together in theatre eight times.
"This is the myth - be it my mum or Neetu aunty".
"On the other hand, Jennifer (Kendal - wife of Shashi Kapoor) aunty and Geeta (Bali - first wife of Shammi Kapoor) aunty worked throughout, even after marriage".
Kareena said it was her sister and her who broke the stereotypes and went on to pursue a career in films. "Though he did not recommend us to any producer, he always encouraged us to fly".