Superstar Aamir Khan believes it is human nature to help those who are close to you but says he tries not to mingle emotions with work.
Actress Kangana Ranaut kickstarted the debate on nepotism in Bollywood by calling host Karan Johar the "flag bearer of nepotism" on his show, which led to a war of words between them.
Aamir declined to comment on the particular topic but offered his opinion on the topic "in general".
"In general, I think it's a normal human tendency to try and help people who you love and care for. It doesn't have to be someone who is part of your family, it could be someone you care for. It's a very natural emotion," said Aamir.
The actor, however, says he ensure that emotions don't interfere with his work.
"I try to make sure that in my work, I don't let it interfere. As a creative person, I am responsible to my audience and I give huge importance to that. I try not to bring in emotions in my work," he added.
Last year, the actor delivered a huge blockbuster with 'Dangal' which also saw the launch of Fatima Sana Shaikh, Sanya Malhotra, Zaira Wasim and Suhani Bhatnagar.
When asked if he will be actively involved in their careers, Aamir said, "I hope not... I feel all four of them are very talented. They are very bright and intelligent girls. I don't think they need my advice but if they do then I am always there for them. I hope they have wonderful careers."
Meanwhile, Aamir who turned 52 yesterday also stated that he will never join politics but will always be vocal about important issues.
The 'PK' star says he has never given an opinion carelessly and will continue to speak his heart out but in a careful manner.
"I've always been careful, I don't think I've been careless in giving my opinion on matters. I've always been careful and will hopefully continue to be so but also continue to say what I feel," said Aamir.
Aamir says he will never venture into politics as he feels he can contribute a lot more within his space of being an artist.
"No, politics is not for me. I feel there's a lot I can contribute, staying in the creative field that I am in," the actor said when asked if he will join politics.
"As an artist, a creative person, there's a lot I can contribute to society, to the nation. I would like to do that from where I am, I don't want to change that," he added.