Ananya Panday thinks people are jealous of her
Technically, that’s not what she said but it is pretty much what she is implying. Since there is no relevant blind item today, let’s go with the popular reader’s choice today (actually, just one reader’s choice) and share this news article from Mumbai Mirror.
You are all pretty much aware of the controversy that Ananya Panday got herself in these past few days. No, it’s not ‘Student of the Year 2’ but something else that she said without thinking about the consequences.
Take a look, courtesy of Mumbai Mirror.
Too cool for school?
ANANYA Panday’s debut film may have opened to mixed reviews, but no one can deny a star is born. Panday, however, is no stranger to the brickbats. Just a few days ago, some girls on social media had called her out for faking acceptance into US universities.
One comment read, “Our school has a set of counsellors and we all know where everyone’s applying and going. Ananya didn’t even get assigned a counsellor because she always said she wanted to act or take a gap year.
All of a sudden in March when USC released its decisions, she started saying she got accepted! But she didn’t even apply because our school conducts mock SATs which she never took. Everyone asked her to show her acceptance letter but she kept saying it’s lost.”
Ananya, who did her grade 12 from Dhirubhai Ambani International School, says she isn’t bothered by this. “Once a film is out, people start making up stuff. I have no idea who this person is.”
Mum Bhavana says Ananya was accepted to a university in Los Angeles as well as New York University but deferred her admission by a year, and then eventually gave up her seat this January.
First of all, admitting that you rejected college to be in films is a dumb move, especially when it was for a film like ‘Student of the Year 2’. On top of that, your claims are proven to be fake and you are called out on your lies…
If she was so interested to be in films, why lie about the college thing?
If you notice all these star kids or young adults from filmy families, they are pretty much just sitting around and waiting to be launched. Going for further studies is not really on their mind, they might spend a semester studying acting at an acting school, most probably the same one that Ranbir went too, but as far as getting a degree is concerned…
Let’s see when Suhana Khan will make her debut, she’s from the same group. She has been dreaming about it for a while now, but her dad did say she has to get a degree first.
Also, serious question we have been thinking about for a while now. Does Dhirubhai Ambani International School dare to fail star kids or filmy kids? Or do they have to fake pass them? ‘Cause you know, the annual fees to this school is not cheap and these celeb kids help make this school popular thus making it look like the hotspot for rich people to send their kids.
Imagine paying such fees and your kid doesn’t pass?
Actually, these kids going away to college will be the true test of their academic capabilities, especially the ones whose parents can’t influence these foreign colleges and universities with money.
Frankly speaking though, getting a college education does not come cheap so why should these parents waste their money sending their kids to get a degree when they will never use it. Better, send them off to some acting school and that’s it!
Wonder how many of these parents truly think this way.