As “Selfie” earns less than Rs 3 crore on opening day, Akshay Kumar discusses his subsequent failures in the movies industry. In response to his recent failures, Akshay Kumar made a statement. The Bollywood star claimed that when his films don’t succeed, he feels responsible and goes back to work on himself. Akshay went on to discuss his previous dud movies and said that it has happened countless times that his back-to-back failures.
Two years ago, Akshay Kumar’s movie received a favourable reception.
It was Sooryavanshi, and Rohit Shetty was in charge of the direction. The lead actors in the movie were Akshay Kumar, Ranveer Singh, Katrina Kaif, and Ajay Devgn.
According to Akshay Kumar, there was a period in which “16 of his films didn’t work” and “8 failed movies in a succession” were all he had to his credit. He further claimed responsibility for the subpar performances of his films. Asserting that when something like that occurs, the performer is to blame and should ‘transform’ in accordance with the public.
The actor also claimed that when films don’t work, it is a ‘good alert’ and the ‘blame is entirely yours’. He added that one shouldn’t blame the audience because they are not to blame and that it may be that they want to watch different types of entertainment, in which case the performer must adapt.
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Bell-Bottom, Raksha Bandhan, and Samrat Prithviraj, all starring Akshay Kumar, were released on the big screen following the Covid-19 ban but performed poorly at the box office. Selfie, one of his most recent films, debuted with only Rs 3 crore in revenue.
Akshay Kumar, also known as Rajiv Hari Om Bhatia
He was born in Canada on September 9, 1967 and is an Indian-born naturalised citizen. Actor and producer who specialises in Hindi cinema. Kumar has been an actor for more than 30 years. He has been in more than 100 movies and received numerous honours, including two National Film Awards and two Filmfare Awards. In 2009, the Indian government awarded him the Padma Shri, the fourth-highest civilian honour in the country. One of the most productive actors in Indian cinema is Kumar. From 2015 through 2020, Forbes featured Kumar on their lists of the highest-paid actors and celebrities worldwide. He was the only Indian on either list in 2019 or 2020.