Tara Sutaria is known not to have any such affiliations with the Bollywood film fraternity. Earlier this year she made her Bollywood debut in Punit Malhotra's Student of the Year 2. The actress was cast alongside an array of star kids including, Ananya Panday and Tiger Shroff. In a recent interview, Tara was asked about her perception and opinion on the nepotism debate, and if she felt she suffered from a disadvantage because she did not come from a family with connections to Bollywood.
She responded with the following sentiments: "For me, personally, I don't think there has been any disadvantage. No one's treated me differently or anything. A lot of people ask me that question, especially with the debate constantly in the media about Dharma Productions and nepotism and all of these silly things that people constantly talk about. I feel like it has never been so with me. It has been a breeze, it has been fantastic.” She continues: "This whole concept of insider-outsider baffles me sometimes because I think we make up half of the problems ourselves. It has not been like that for me, it has been really amazing. I have three films coming out back-to-back and I feel like if it really is the way people describe it to be, I would not be doing two-three films so soon," she added.
At this time, Tara has two projects in the bag - Milap Zaveri's Marjaavan alongside Sidharth Malhotra, Rakul Preet and Riteish Deshmukh, as well as the Hindi remake of Telugu hit RX 100, which symbolises the big screen debut of Suniel Shetty's son Ahan Shetty.