As soon as ‘Kalank’ the film, has released its first trailer, the audience’ response was not quite very exciting rather they were miserable.
A lot of money has been put into this film. Beyond just the promotional aspects, the film itself cost a lot of money to produce, from the all-star cast to the extravagant sets.
Doesn’t live up to the expectations… Writing, music, length play spoilsport… Few dramatic portions work… Second half engaging in parts… Good climax… Varun, Alia, Madhuri, Aditya, Kunal Kemmu top notch. #KalankReview pic.twitter.com/rJgyNi3Ain
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) April 17, 2019
During an interview with a media person, Alia was asked about how she feels about all those negative responses for Kalank? In response to this question, Alia talked candidly talked about her recent flop. Alia said that “The film industry is a creative industry and sometimes the risks you take either work out or they don’t. For her, ‘Kalank’ is a case of the latter. Indeed, her outlook is pretty reasonable on the entire matter.
“That’s when we learn, pick up the pieces and move on. It is not always sunshine. At times, it rains too. It is a learning experience for everybody”.
Janta ki adalat sab sy bari adalat hoti hy
She goes on to say that “Janta ki adalat sab sy bari adalat hoti hy, and when the audience does not accept the film, it should not do well. That’s just the way it is. We just have to accept that fact and move on. We try not to disappoint them the next time.”
We have rarely witnessed actors who have acknowledged their flops. It was refreshing to see Alia Bhatt talking openly about the reaction of her recent film Kalank. She was the one who owns her mistake and seems to take it in her stride moving forward with her work in the Indian Film Industry.