Yami Gautam: If I don't succeed for who I am, it is not worth it
The actor spoke to senior journalist Kaveree Bamzai, as a part of Cinema Express' Timepass
In this Timepass session with Kaveree Bamzai, Yami Gautam talks about her take on nepotism, why she considers Bollywood has a space for everyone who is talented and why favouritism is more dangerous.
The actor questioned whether the film industry is financially and mentally prepared to start shooting with the necessary precautions in place. When the topic veered to the nepotism debate, she said that the discourse on this topic is deep-rooted. She said that while someone from the fraternity launching their friends or close ones is fair, what is unfair is when someone is elevated at the cost of another’s opportunity. “For me, it is not just about nepotism, but favouritism. That is the bigger picture,” she added.