The discussion about nepotism in the film industry has persisted for a considerable amount of time. It’s obvious that people are aware of the two distinct categories that exist between actors from affluent households and those from lowly origins. But, there is a third class of performers in the Indian film business who are not from film families and originate from entirely different political backgrounds. Let us now examine a few well-known figures in the entertainment industry whose parents are prominent figures in politics. Despite being their parents’ kids, these celebrities have chosen to pursue careers in other fields.
Riteish Deshmukh has consistently shown exceptional talent in the movie business. He is renowned for being adaptable, which allows him to easily fit into any type of role. Riteish is the son of the late Vilasrao Deshmukh, a well-known politician. In addition to serving as the Union Minister of Public Enterprises and Heavy Industries, he was the previous Chief Minister of Maharashtra.
Neha Sharma became well-known for her successful acting roles in films such as Crook, Tum Bin 2, Youngistaan, and others. She was born and raised in Bihar and began her career at NIFT, studying fashion design. She has trained in Kathak dancing as well. Neha is the daughter of Ajith Sharma, a representative from Bhagalpur in the Bihar Legislative Assembly. He belongs to the Indian National Congress party.
It goes without saying that Bhumi Pednekar is among the best actresses of her generation. She has starred in a number of successful and unusual films that have garnered her a great deal of praise from critics. Many people are unaware that Bhumi’s late father, Satish Pednekar, was a well-known politician who served as Maharashtra’s Home and Labour Minister.