After fellow Bollywood stars like Akshay Kumar and Aamir Khan praised ‘The Kashmir Files’, main man Anupam Kher reportedly acquired a name from Salman Khan to congratulate him on the success of the movie.
On Times Now Navbharat’s Frankly Speaking, Kher spoke in regards to the celebs who personally reached out to him after watching the movie. He revealed, “But individually, I must say, Salman Khan called me the other day and congratulated me.”
The veteran actor labored with Salman in various Bollywood movies, together with the hit romantic comedy ‘Prem Ratan Dhan Payo’ that additionally featured Sonam Kapoor within the lead.
He was additionally requested in regards to the Hindi movie business’s silence over the success of the movie on the field workplace. Talking about the identical, he brushed it off saying that everybody was simply “surprised” on the movie’s efficiency. “As far as the Hindi film industry is concerned, I think they’re too much in a shock. Aisa kabhi hua nahi hai. Whenever a shocking thing happens, it’s a very very strange reaction. Like ab Sholay bani thi, yeh mujhe Ramesh Sippy ji ne khud bataya, toh pehle tin week chali hi nahi qki logon ko samajh nahi aaya ki Hindustan me aisi film bhi ban sakti hai. Pehle tin week, it was declared a flop, but then it became a cult film. Hum Aapke Hain Kaun, premiere huwa tha toh the industry was saying, ‘Oh my God! Yeh kya banaya diya hai, yeh toh shaadi ka video hai’. But it turned out to be the biggest grosser,” mentioned the actor.
He added, “They’re in a shock. They never thought that a small film which is based on tragedy, which is dark, where there is blood and tears.”
‘The Kashmir Files’ that’s at the moment ruling the field workplace, has collected round Rs 217.50 crore nett. Despite going through competitors from the newly releases SS Rajamouli starrer ‘RRR’, the movie is anticipated to cross the Rs 225 crore nett mark by the top of its third weekend. Trade specialists additionally predict that the movie will earn over the Rs 35 crore nett by the top of its third week, setting it up for a Rs 300 crore field workplace run.