Akshay Kumar on his back to back FLOP FILMS

Akshay Kumar acknowledged responsibility for his films' box office failure and said this is not a new phase for him.

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Akshay Kumar on his back to back FLOP FILMS

According to Akshay Kumar, it’s time to stand back, reflect, and alter who he is when his subsequent films don’t fare well. He acknowledged responsibility for his films’ box office failure and said this is not a new phase for him.

Sooryavanshi, the fourth movie in Rohit Shetty’s “police universe,” was the final Akshay Kumar release to perform well at the box office. When it was released in 2021, he shared a screen with Katrina Kaif. Both Ranveer Singh and Ajay Devgn had brief cameo roles in the film.

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“Not my first time..” said Akshay Kumar

Akshay claims that he has given Aaj Tak three to four straight duds. “I’ve had this happen before, so it’s not new. In my profession, I have once endured 16 failures in a row. I once attempted eight failed films in a row. I now have three or four consecutively bad movies. The problem is that it occurs as a result of your own negligence, that the movie is not working and we should look at it. If you want to adapt to the audience, you must disassemble yourself. The audience wants to see something fresh, therefore you must try again.”

Khiladi Kumar not giving up or making excuses

“Aapki film nahi chal rahi to galti aapki hai is a big alert,” Akshay stated (If your films are not working, it is your fault). When numerous of your films fail to gross well at the box office, it should be a red flag that something has to change. To put it another way, all I can do is attempt to change. Koshish kar raha hun, mai. He stated that he wanted to make it clear to everyone that moviegoers shouldn’t be held accountable for subpar films. Don’t criticize the people in the audience or anybody else. I’m fully to blame. Aapki Film’s lack of appeal is not attributable to its audience. It is the outcome of your choice.

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