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Star Kids Gearing Up To Scorch Silver Screen

Star Kids Gearing Up To Scorch Silver Screen

It is so much easier for the super star children to enter the film industry, they hardly have to make any efforts and everything is so well-planned and served in the platter for them. It is ditto for Nagarjuna’s son Akhil who is planning to debut anytime soon. And the stage for the young actor to face the camera is being set in full swing.

We hear that there are couple of stories already being written keeping Akhil in mind and Kamal Hassan’s younger daughter Akshara has already auditioned for the female lead opposite Akhil. And it seems Nagarjuna is also of the opinion that Akshara was the perfect pair for his son’s debut film. Along with the selection of the right script, search for the apt director to launch Akhil is also going on simultaneously.

Super stars’ children indeed have it easy in the industry unlike new talents who struggle to get an opportunity to get into the celluloid. Of course not all stars’ children end up as super stars; they might end up as failures too. Therefore, being a stars’ child is not the only criteria one has to have the talent to sustain in the industry no matter what kind of launch pad they get.

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