Responding to media queries, Akshay Kumar said that the films are not doing well at the box office. It’s our fault. It’s my fault. I have to make changes. With this Akshay also said I have to understand what your audience wants to see? For this I will also make a change in myself.
Recently released Hindi movies have not done anything special at the box office. The Kashmir Files and Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 are the only films doing well at the box office this year. Apart from this, the films of a big superstar have flopped at the box office. Akshay Kumar who has shown constant stardom at the box office has also flopped 3 films this year. Bachchan Pandey, Samrat Prithviraj and Rakshabandhan have not done anything special. Not only this, Aamir Khan’s recently released Laal Singh Chaddha has also turned out to be a flop at the block office. On the other hand, Ranbir Kapoor’s films have also not fared well. Today Akshay Kumar came in front of the media about his upcoming film Puppet. The trailer of Kathputli has been released today. During this, the media questioned him about the performance against the films at the box office.
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Responding to media queries, Akshay Kumar said that the films are not doing well at the box office. It’s our fault. It’s my fault. I have to make changes. With this Akshay also said I have to understand what your audience wants to see? For this I will also make a change in myself. I have to focus on what kind of film to make in the coming days. I am the reason why movies flop, no one else is to blame but me. Along with this, the actor also said that the mood of the people can make the future of any film and can also destroy its future. It all depends on the audience. Sometimes bad movies also make good money and good movies also flop.
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No point in boycotting films: Akshay Kumar
Actor Akshay Kumar says there is no point in boycotting films in a free country like India as cinema as an industry also contributes to nation building. Akshay had said, “If you don’t want to watch a movie, don’t watch it. It’s a free country and movies are also a part of it, so whether someone wants to watch it or not is up to them. Akshay said I want to tell you that whatever industry it is, whether it is textile industry, film industry or anything else, all these help the economy. But there is no point in doing things like boycotting films .” He said: “We are on the verge of making our country the greatest and the greatest. So I just want to request you not to go into such things and I also request you (the reporter) not to go into all this. It would be better. Only for our country.