Speaking out about Dhaakad’s failure, Kangana Ranaut said, “Meri bhi is saal ek film nai chali.”
For the first time, Kangana discussed the box office disaster of her movie Dhaakad. She acknowledged that her westernized persona had failed to captivate Indians.
Kangana Ranaut publicly admitted the failure of her action film Dhaakad during a meeting. She emphasised how it has helped in comprehending the viewpoint of viewers who were unable to relate to the westernised notion in the film. She sees it as proof that more people are becoming aware of their Indian ancestry.
Razneesh Ghai’s film Dhaakad made its debut on May 20. Less than 1 crore was made by the film on its opening day at the box office, which was a sluggish start. The movie was taken down by distributors because of “very low audience attendance,” according to PTI’s trade sources.
After frequently being spotted defending the movie on her Instagram Stories, this is the first time Kangana has publicly voiced her displeasure with the film’s dismal reviews. In response to a question regarding Bollywood movies’ poor box office success in comparison to movies from the South Asian film industry, Kangana said to Aaj Tak, there are numerous sorts of analyses of films’ performance. All of the blockbuster movies have Indian roots, if you look. Watch Kantara. With a focus on devotion and spirituality, these movies depict India on a small scale. The Cholas are also discussed in Ponniyin Selvan-1.
Bollywood has strayed from its roots in Indian culture and has westernized its productions. I believe that because of the trend toward creating westernized movies, viewers find it difficult to identify with the story. Is saal ek film nahin chali hain meri bhi. Even one of my films this year failed, and Usse bhi mujhe yehi seekh mili ki sayad bohot hi Westernized character tha jisse log identify nahin kar payein. I discovered that perhaps my character was too westernized, which Indian couldn’t recognize, the actor added.
The audience in India is immediately overcome with pride, and she gets the impression that they are only rooting for people who can make them feel like a part of it. She cited examples from popular pan-Indian films like RRR and Thalaivii. Kangana is now working on her upcoming film Emergency.