‘Sometimes critics are right,’ says Amitabh on ‘Thugs’
Bollywood’s Shahenshah Amitabh Bachchan said during the ongoing Tata Literary Festival in Mumbai that he believes critics are sometimes right. He says anyone can be overwhelmed by his art, but the eyes of critics are on him.
Speaking on the subject, Amitabh Bachchan said, “I am a person who accepts criticism because it gives you a direction you may not know. They may go beyond your writing and your own opinions. I think it’s very important for everyone. Must know in creative field. Sometimes we don’t know it. Sometimes the reviewers are right and we are wrong. ‘
However, on this occasion, the megastar of the century Amitabh Bachchan also said that when he felt that the critics had done injustice to him in such a situation, he cut off the comment of that critic and hung it on the wall of his bathroom. Rose looks at herself in the mirror every morning and says, one day I will prove wrong.
Significantly, ‘Thugs of Hindustan’ failed to win the hearts of the audience. Although the collection was good at the box office at first, the collection of the film decreased a lot. Some filmmakers blame film critics for flop good films with negative reviews.
We tell you that ‘Thugs’ directed by Vijay Krishna Acharya has collected Rs 26 million in Hindi this Thursday. The film grossed Rs 25 lakh in Tamil and Telugu on Thursday and has so far grossed Rs 5.45 crore. Now the total income of the film in Hindi is 134 crore 95 lakh rupees and in total it has collected 140 crore 40 lakh rupees. Amitabh Bachchan and Aamir Khan came together on the big screen for the first time through a film.