Palak Tiwari on accepting the privilege of being a 'nepo kid' & acknowledging the luck
Tiwari mentioned how she would have found it really difficult to even set foot in the industry if she was an outsider.
Actor Palak Tiwari is still relatively new in the entertainment industry where she is still trying to carve her space. But as of now, there are two factors that she is most popular known for - one for the viral and mega hit song, Bijlee Bijlee with Harrdy Sandhu and the other thing being that she is the daughter of celebrated female actor, Shweta Tiwari.
The other factor basically makes her a 'nepo kid' - a term that has been more prevalent in the industry in the past few years more than ever. Multiple debates and conversations surround this where an array of star kids acknowledge it while a few others try to doge the question.
When it comes to junior Tiwari though, she definitely accepts it and in fact went on to speak at length about it in a recent interview. Tiwari mentioned how she would have found it really difficult to even set foot in the industry if she was an outsider. She then said how she is very grateful for the head-start she received owing to be a star-kid and acknowledged that it makes a big difference when you already know how things function instead of figuring out things on your own.
She further talked about how children of famous celebrities should acknowledge their luck and privilege when nepotism is discussed. On a concluding note, she talked about watching her mother on-screen when she was younger and not being able to comprehend that hers was an unusual career. Being enamoured by beautiful female actors was a common thing and that is when she would feel how she wanted to be an actor.
On the work front, we already know that Tiwari is all set to make her Bollywood debut with the Salman Khan starrer, Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ka Jaan.