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Zuni Chopra On Fighting Your Privilege

“Privilege and a name can really only get you so far.” Do you agree with Zuni Chopra that even privileged kids have their own share of hardships? Thanks to INKtalks for the footage!

15/04/2021 2:57 PM
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  • Nilkamal D.
    2 days

    You are writing novels which is great.. but why are you taking it like a competition.. like you have very less time.. people will recognize you when time comes you don't have to say that.. I can understand your feelings.. but if your speech would have been about you being you.. not mentioning your parents name.. I may have start knowing you as you.. but why you need sympathy..

  • Hiron M.
    4 days

    You are what you are because of your parents. Smh

  • Djvj K.
    5 days

    This speech must be written by your dad's exploited writer while your mom is busy degrading young outsider talents and boot licking the nepo kids

  • Djvj K.
    5 days

    LOL It must really be scary to share stage with biggest authors when people more talented than you can't and then cry about having previlages so she gets more sympathy

  • Joy D.
    6 days

    First you use the elevator to go up and when you are at a good position you start criticizing it only because people around you mention you used an elevator while they used stairs ,,, bhai waah 😂😂😂😂😂

  • Meghali R.
    6 days

    This is the thing. Privileged people don't understand the meaning and value of 'privilege'

  • Ashwini M.
    6 days

    No

  • Devanshu S.
    6 days

    How many teenagers can launch their novel in Jaipur festival...? And why the hell did u mention ur parents names here as well. What a face mask.

  • Rav R.
    25/07/2021 18:37

    Do pay my bills and I will call only your name 😀

  • Ketan K.
    25/07/2021 16:41

    You have sold your soul its fine but thanks for the entertainment.

  • Prashant J.
    25/07/2021 07:31

    Nonsense

  • Shweta R.
    25/07/2021 06:36

    Privelege and name can definitely get you very far as opposed to common people who have to give in twice and even thrice the effort and yet, there is no guarantee for success. Our society works in a manner that the more connections and recognitions you have, the probability of opportunities increases. There are exceptions, no doubt, but for a wider majority, this is the case. So yes.

  • Arjun D.
    24/07/2021 19:12

    You do not have financial thoughts or problems while writing and no fear of "what if it doesn't work out"... You are lucky and our lives are miserable to choose any artistic profession, and now don't go throwing around words just like that... Trust me, you have no idea.

  • Alessandro U.
    24/07/2021 16:52

    F off

  • Smita S.
    24/07/2021 16:04

    Nepotism is symbolic to Bollywood. So girl is giving useless info.

  • Rashmi N.
    24/07/2021 14:23

    this is smarter version of Ananya Pandey. Her story is what privilege sounds like.

  • Himika B.
    24/07/2021 13:50

    I don't mind the stardom or people calling me privileged, but can somebody please bring me parents who are rich and famous😭😭

  • Zubeyer A.
    24/07/2021 13:37

    Successophobia Disorder 😒 Boycott her.cz She has no respect of her parents.Let alone Other people 😡

  • Amal S.
    24/07/2021 12:56

    Don't use your lastname

  • Swapna D.
    24/07/2021 09:48

    See, honestly I understand the personal struggle part... Any human being can go through that... But the ease of professional frontier isn't justified by the word "struggle."