Pankaj Tripathi says Bollywood needs self-assessment, addresses boycott trend: ‘If a film is terrible, human beings don’t visit the halls…’
Pankaj Tripathi has opened up at the recent boycott trend, which a few say is responsible for the dent in movie collections of Bollywood films. Lately, several big financial movies inclusive of Aamir Khan’s Laal Singh Chaddha and Akshay Kumar’s Raksha Bandhan tanked on the container office, giving the enterprise a instead sharp jolt.
In a verbal exchange with Siddharth Kanan, Pankaj discussed why films aren’t working inside the post-pandemic generation. He said, “Self-assessment is wanted about what we’re making and how we’re making it—that’s important and that’s what is missing.” Speaking approximately the boycott fashion, the actor stated, “If a film is awful, it doesn’t work, and doesn’t get boycotted. People don’t visit the cinema halls. That’s also a boycott then, isn’t it? There isn’t any social media marketing campaign then, and no hashtag but the movie still doesn’t work. But yes self-evaluation is needed.”
Speaking about his movie 83 which did now not perform properly at the box office, Pankaj Tripathi stated, “Nahin nahin, afsos nahin hota, maine paise thodi lagaya hai movie mein (No, no, I’m no longer disappointed, I haven’t invested anything within the movie.” He introduced that he has simply invested talent. “I did what I had to do, with full sincerity and what takes place after that, isn’t in my hands.” eighty three, a sports drama, which starred Ranveer Singh in the lead role, changed into stricken by the Omicron breakout in December and the container office collections suffered, no matter nice opinions.
Pankaj Tripathi turned into these days within the show, Criminal Justice: Adhura Sach, that is streaming on Disney Hotstar.