Recently, Allu Arjun defended that he is in the film industry because he has a duty to carry forward the legacy of his family. Rana Daggubati has taken a similar line now.
It all began on Monday with a Twitter user saying that the 'Baahubali' actor could afford to chase his dreams after flunking in Class X only because his family owns a big production house.
Disagreeing with the view, Rana said, "Not really, bro. That (family background) is of no use if you don’t learn the craft. India had many studios run to ground with dying storytelling skills. Follow your dreams even if the world tells you that you are a failure!!" The Twitter user shot back, saying, "Even if you learn the craft, it's impossible for an outsider to break in. Just acknowledge your privilege and go."
Rana, the 'Aranya' and 'Virataparvam' actor, later said it's not nepotism but legacy.