In this article, we have created a list of a few instances when Bollywood stars or their pals/parents/relatives blamed the filmmakers or other reasons for their film’s breakdown.
Rishi Kapoor – The veteran star went on his now well-known angry outburst against 2 well-known directors in the film industry, Anurag Kashyap, and Anurag Basu. He charged the two for the failure of his son’s films.
Ajay Devgn – In recent times, Ajay showcased his displeasure over (Milan Luthria) the collapse of Baadshaho (it did normal biz but was supposed to turn out to be a big hit) as it was made on a huge budget and he didn’t like the unexpected conclusion.
Dilwale – Apparently, it’s stated that both the superstars King Khan and Rohit Shetty blamed one another for the Dilwale disaster. Rohit didn’t wish the flick to collide with Bajirao Mastani and the actor was of the thought that Rohit did not work hard enough on the movie.
Hrithik Roshan – Hrithik Roshan was discontented with how the movie evolved ultimately. He was also discontented with the VFX and deprived graphics. His dad backed him and also blamed Ashutosh Gowariker.
Shahid Kapoor- Shahid was sad after the debacle that Shaandar became and blamed the collapse on director Vikas Bahl who also penned the tale of the movie.
Humshakals – Bipasha Basu said no to endorse the movie as she didn’t be consistent with the finishing cut. Her character was missing and a lot of the vital scenes were not in the movie, she disclaimed the movie from the beginning and swore to never work with Sajid Khan again.
Amitabh Bachchan – Big B blamed the movie’s failure on the deprived editing and notifying that it’s the maker’s call on the closing cut. The movie was helmed by Mani Ratnam and was a big dud.
Imran Khan- He said in a media talk that he never received his due in Bollywood as when his movies were hits everyone got praise and when his movies failed, he turned the scapegoat, particularly after the collapse of Once Upon A Time in Mumbai Dobara.