Chirag Paswan, the former Bollywood actor and late politician Ram Vilas Paswan son, recently reminisced about his experience working alongside actress Kangana Ranaut in the 2011 film “Miley Naa Miley Hum.” Presently serving as a Member of Parliament from the Jamui constituency, Chirag had transitioned from acting to politics.
In a recent interview, the actor-turned-politician subtly criticized Kangana, suggesting that if he were to work with her today, she would have reproached him regularly for nepotism. Reflecting on their collaboration in “Miley Naa Miley Hum,” Chirag shared with Brut, ” Thank God ye film maine Kangana ke saath us waqt ki. Aaj kar raha hota to nepotism me jis tarike se…the way she highlights this issue to roz meri hi class lagti.”
Delving into the topic of nepotism, Chirag emphasized that while being born into a family of ‘superstars or Prime Ministers’ might grant you fortunate circumstances, it doesn’t determine your skills or capabilities.
“Miley Naa Miley Hum,” a romantic drama from 2011, featured Chirag alongside Poonam Dhillon, Kabir Bedi, Sagarika Ghatge, Suresh Menon, and others.
During the interview, Chirag admitted that he didn’t believe acting was his destined path. He realized that memorizing lines and undergoing makeup sessions weren’t aligned with his interests after working on the film.
Meanwhile, Kangana consistently employs her social media platform to criticize nepotism in the Hindi film industry. In terms of her professional endeavors, she has an exciting array of projects lined up, including “Emergency,” “Tejas,” “Chandramukhi,” and a couple of other films.