Jamie Lever, daughter of Bollywood’s well-known comedian Johnny Lever, has put her side to it. Jamie says that not all-star kids are treated equally in the industry.
Since the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, there has been a debate about the nepotism present in the film industry. But not all-star kids get the same opportunities in the film industry. Jamie Lever, daughter of Bollywood’s well-known comedian Johnny Lever, has put her side to it. Jamie says that not all-star kids are treated equally in the industry.
Speaking to Mid-Day, Jamie said, “I can talk about my journey. Despite being a star kid and film background, I do not like to be called that. When people talk of nepotism, all these do not apply. Not all Star Kids get the benefit. My journey has been absolutely al. Partialism prevails here, not nepotism.
He said, “Favoriteism goes on here. There is a special group that supports friends’ children. My father did his work as work. He went to work, shot his films, and came back to his real life. He has lived a real life which is his family, friends, and spirituality. We have never been part of any party, nor have we ever joined those groups. My father is not a filmgoer and my mother also comes from a very common background. ”
Not only this, but Jamie also said that he did not use his father’s name while going to any audition. Nor did Johnny Lever ever call anyone for him. Let us tell you that Jamie is a standup comedian and a very good mimicry artist too.