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Krishna Shroff On Starkids Getting Everything Served On A Silver Platter: It’s A Fact

“However, people don’t realise that we have to work just as hard,” adds Krishna Shroff speaking up about the entire nepotism debate. She also opens up about why she has never entered showbiz and, if at all, what would she love to be a part of.

Krishna Shroff

Jackie Shroff and Ayesha Shroff’s daughter, Krishna Shroff has never shied away ever from calling a spade a spade. She, and her brother Tiger Shroff, have always been trolled on social media for being starkids. While Tiger Shroff has become a self-made action superstar over the years, and Krishna Shroff has been doing great in her fitness initiatives.

Talking to Prateek Sur, Krishna Shroff opens up about the tag of being a starkid and the entire nepotism debate. She also opens up about why she has consciously stayed away from showbiz. Excerpts from the candid chat:

How fair or unfair is the statement ‘Starkids get everything served on a silver platter’?

It’s a fact; however, what people don’t realise is that we have to work just as hard, if not harder, to create our own identities away from the massive legacies our families have built. Both positions come with their pros and cons, but I wouldn’t change it for anything. We’re blessed with a platform, but after that, it’s up to us to do something really special with it.

Any regrets in life over not entering showbiz?

None whatsoever. I’ve been close enough to it to understand that life and know that it’s not the life for me. I’m blessed that it’s given me a platform (through my family) to be able to explore and do what I truly love and feel passionate about.

Lastly, we know that you’ve done music videos, but would we ever get to see you in films or OTT shows or anything else? Why have you consciously stayed away?

Probably not for the same reason I mentioned above. I wouldn’t mind doing a super cool one-off commercial with a ton of action and a fun storyline with my brother. That would be a blast!