The untimely demise of young and talented star Sushant Singh Rajput has once again kicked off the age-old nepotism and favoritism debate in Bollywood.

Several members of the film industry, as well as disgruntled fans, have since taken it upon themselves to shun the stars who have hitherto come from privilege or "Bollywood lineage". The likes of Karan Johar, Alia Bhatt, Sonam Kapoor among others have been at the receiving end of the online outrage ever since reports of Singh being let down by many peers in Bollywood surfaced on the Internet.

Now, the nawab of Bollywood Saif Ali Khan has added his two cents on the nepotism debate.

Also Read: Even I've Been Victim Of Nepotism But Nobody Speaks Of That: Saif Ali Khan

"There is an imbalance in India that should be investigated. Nepotism, bias, and camps are various subjects. Indeed, even I have been a survivor of nepotism however no one discusses that. I'm glad to see more individuals from film organizations go to the front line," Saif, a child recently cricketer Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi and veteran entertainer Sharmila Tagore.

Saif also talked about his experience of working with the late Sushant Singh Rajput in Dil Bechara but the Internet latched onto his admission that he has been a victim of nepotism and couldn't wrap their heads around it.

Twitter users expressed their amusement through memes.
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