Claims that parents with backgrounds outside of the entertainment industry seem to be acting quite normal.
One of the most well-liked actresses among newcomers to Bollywood’s glamorous city is Tara Sutaria. With the release of the film Student of The Year 2, the actress made her Bollywood debut in 2019. Since then, she has maintained her status as a celebrity. She has appeared in movies like Marjaawan with Sidharth Malhotra, Heropanti 2 with Tiger Shroff, and Tadap with Ahan Shetty, who is making her acting debut. Soon, she’ll appear with Arjun Kapoor, Disha Patani, and John Abraham in the movie Ek Villain Returns. Before the film’s release, Tara spoke frankly with a reputable magazine about the nepotism controversy about what it is like to have parents who aren’t in the film industry.
Tara Sutaria provided her opinion on the nepotism debate in an interview with Hello Magazine. Even though the discussion has been ongoing for some time, Tara stated that she feels privileged to have worked with grounded, hardworking, and unconcerned individuals about their social standing or family name. She then talked about her parents, who don’t have filmmaking experience. “It’s nice to come back home and talk to my mum and dad as they are not from a film background. They present a semblance of normalcy in my life that keeps me sane and happy,” she added.
Currently, Tara is preparing for the release of her new movie, Ek Villain Returns. This thriller, which also stars John, Arjun, and Disha, was directed by Mohit Suri and is a direct continuation of that year’s Ek Villain, which starred Sidharth Malhotra Shraddha Kapoor and Riteish Deshmukh. The movie is scheduled to open in theatres on July 29, 2022.