Director blames Akshay Kumar for the failure of ‘Samrat Prithviraj’
Samrat Prithviraj Flop Akshay: Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar’s film ‘Samrat Prithviraj’ has become a flop. Made in a budget of around Rs 200 crore, the film did not earn even Rs 80 crore. After the flop of the film, there has been a debate about who is responsible for this failure.
A new statement of the director of the film Chandra Prakash Dwivedi has come out. Filmmaker Chander Prakash Dwivedi said in a recent interview that the controversy surrounding the superstar (including pan masala endorsements) has affected the film business. According to him, Akshay Kumar’s past behavior and public comments may have turned people against him. Due to which the emperor Prithviraj flopped badly. He said, “It is not that you do not have the right to reject Akshay, but Akshay Kumar has been working in the industry for 30 years, so you know his talent.” Akshay gave his best performance in the role of Emperor Prithviraj. He is not the first actor whose acting has not been liked by the people. But there is no point in boycotting him for his role in Prithviraj.
There is no point in boycotting things that Akshay has done to promote pan masala or saying that milk should not be offered to Lord Shiva, as these things have nothing to do with our film. There are reports that Yash Raj Banner has accused Akshay Kumar for the film’s flop. Held responsible Is . According to him, Akshay did not work hard for the film. He didn’t even grow a real mustache for his role. He was doing other films along with this film. He did not pay attention to this one film at a time. Because of this he character I could not give the best. It is not known how much truth is in these reports, but it is certain that Akshay Kumar is being held responsible for the film’s flop.