Where these ‘star kids’ tried and succeeded at carrying forward their parent’s name, there are also kids like Connor Cruise and Scout Willis, who despite a dream debut, failed to make it big in the film industry, suggesting that no matter how strong a backing a ‘star kid’ may have, it is the talent that matters.Even if talent is what decides the career of a ‘star kid,’ getting the big break into the film industry is what matters. In today’s world of cinema, catching a break in the industry is hard because of the ongoing nepotism. Recently, Karan Johar, a Bollywood actor, pointed out to a director stating: "You’ll play that stereotypical world of cinema biggie, who is like, you know very snooty and completely intolerant to outsiders… and flag bearer of nepotism, the movie mafia," on a famous talk show. This line perhaps has a lot of truth about today's world of cinema.Even after this caused an awakening in the masses about nepotism, there seems to be little to no change. With more ‘star kids’ polluting the industry, it seems that the film industry is soon going to be more of a family business rather than a secular world like it used to be, back in the early 80s and 90s. The dreams and aspirations of all those who desire to enter the world of cinema amidst this era of nepotism lie in a bleak future.