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How Alia Bhatt Reacts to Kalank failing at the box office?

Kalank did well on the first day but the film witnessed a drastic drop on the very second and other days at the box office. The film scored 21.65 Crores on the first day when it was released last week, however, the very second and third day witnessed a collection on an average of 10 crores each. Similar was the story of Saturday that somewhere extended to Sunday as well. Despite the ensemble star cast of actors like Varun Dhawan, Madhuri Dixit, Alia Bhatt, and Sanjay Dutt, the film failed to impress the audience in a big way.

Now, the experts feel that that the film happens to be among the flop films of Karan Johar and it is being criticized for pumping huge money for the movie in its making. In a recent interview, Alia Bhatt who played the key role in it had talked about the film and its failure at the box office. She said she is open to all the constructive criticisms and take them sportingly. She said that she does not take these things serious as finds most of them unnecessary.

Talking about the film’s failure she said she accepts the verdict of the audience and would, therefore, strive to do better the next time. She aims to come out with a better movie next time so that she can please the audience who at times get dismayed with films like these. She also said that not all days are equal, there can be rains at one day and the next day can have a clear day all she wants to do is to learn from her experiences. She concluded by saying that it happens and life is all about moving ahead. Talking about her work, she has a couple in her kitty including Brahmastra, south Indian film RRR and Takht.

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