Prachi Desai, who entered the entertainment industry without any connection, said her career was a success because of nepotism. She said she accepted it as a reality and added that it is likely to continue in the future.
However, Prachi said, the public is playing a crucial role now. She said she has been receiving interesting offers lately due to the support she has received from viewers.
Asked if her career had suffered from nepotism, Prachi told a leading daily: “See, this is a reality that is best accepted; there is no point in denying it. He was there, he is there and he will probably be there. But today I like the fact that the public decides a lot. So, as long as the public supports it, there will be space for everyone. ”
Prachi said public acceptance changed things for her. “To be honest, the kind of things I offer now that didn’t come to me a year or two ago are due to the public. They are the people who changed everything. As long as people really like and support us, we will have a place for everyone outside like me, ”she said.
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In 2006, when she was just a teenager, Prachi made her acting debut with the popular show Kasamh Se, in which she starred opposite Ram Kapoor. He debuted in Bollywood in 2008 with Rock On. He has also starred in films such as Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai, Bol Bachchan and Azhar.
Most recently, Prachi was seen in the thriller Silence … Can You Hear It? She played a police officer in the film, directed by Aban Bharucha Deohans. He also played for Manoj Bajpayee and Arjun Mathur.