Bollywood actor Manoj Bajpayee, who is all set for the release of his upcoming film 'Naam Shabana', reacted on the nepotism row that is going on in the industry and also thanked Kangana Ranaut for raising the issue, due to which, people are now aware with it. Adding further, the actor said the roles that he plays or had been playing from the past 23 years are not something, which a star kid would choose. So he never felt any sort of competition with them. The 47-year-actor, who was in the national capital for the promotion of his upcoming flick, 'Naam Shabana', said that this was always a serious topic but was always discussed in a hush-hush way but now the topic is in public domain and will reach its destination. The discussion on nepotism was sparked off after actress Kangana Ranaut tagged filmmaker Karan Johar a 'flagbearer of nepotism'. Manoj says he is happy that Kangana spoke about it. Directed by Shivam Nair, 'Naam Shabana' will shed light on the life of Shabana, Akshay Kumar's mostly silent but obedient junior officer in 'Baby'.