Mr. Perfectionist’s Dangal is steadily making wonders at the box office. But the star actor says he’s not interested in box office numbers. He says that I’m no more looking at the box office collections, but is keen to touch the hearts of my audience.
On the contrary, trade analysts predict that the film would end up making collections close to Rs. 30-Rs 40 Crores on its opening day.
Aamir was asked about his own predictions about the movie, especially in terms of numbers, then he said that I’m more interested in knowing the reaction of my audience after they come out of the theatres.
When Kiran Rao (Aamir’s wife) was asked similar questions, she too presented the same views. Kiran said that she’s also not interested in box office numbers; and money is not so important for her.
All that matters to her is the audience love and affection towards the film. She said our biggest victory will be as and when the audience will like the film. She further said that the film has been made with all the love and we hope that we have done the justice to the film in every respect.
Both Aamir and Kiran Rao want people to enjoy the film as they’re not keen to look at box office numbers
Aamir and Kiran Rao were answering to the questions on the occasion of the special Dangal screening that took place last night. Mr. Perfectionist revealed that he is satisfied with the kind of response so far. He said we already had a screening of the film and everybody liked it. So, we were confident that the film will do well at the box office.
Aamir says he doesn’t want to look at the box office numbers but want to concentrate on the quality of the film. He says ‘Mahavir Singh Phogat’ and his daughters liked the film.
They even had tears in their eyes. From the very beginning, it was a great responsibility on our shoulders to do justice to their real lives as well as the story through the movie. He said I’m quite sure that the audience will like the film.
Both Aamir and Kiran Rao are not interested to look at the box office numbers and neither they’re interested to win any kind of award(s) including Oscar. He said all we want is the audience to enjoy the film. It will be our biggest award if the audience appreciate our film. Read full coverage on Indian Express