Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has recently spilled the bean behind the poor performance of Bollywood films this year at the box office.
At a recent promotional event for Kiccha Sudeep’s upcoming film, Vikrant Rona, the Tubelight actor said that the movies from the south are doing ‘really well’ and though every artiste wants to make a good film, there is no formula to guarantee box office success, he maintained.
Khan said, “We all try to make the best film. We want it to reach everyone. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t. There’s no formula to it.” Speaking about the increasing collaborations between the North and the South Film Industries, the Bajrangi Bhaijaan star maintained, “This has always been there. For some reason, it had stopped.”
He continued, I have worked with a lot of talent from the South. I have worked with him (Sudeep), Prakash Raj, Prabhudheva, a lot of South directors and DOPs. I am working with Venky now (Venkatesh), who started with Anari. There was even Kamal Haasan. All the south people have worked here and given big hits.”
On work front, Khan is currently working on Farhad Samji’s directorial Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali with Pooja Hegde. According to media reports, the movie will also star Shehnaaz Gill and Aayush Sharma in the lead. Besides, he will also be seen in the much awaited Tiger 3 which also stars Katrina Kaif and Emraan Hashmi in the lead.