Bombay Velvet, according to Ranbir Kapoor, was a bad movie that deserved to fail.

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Bombay Velvet, according to Ranbir Kapoor, was a bad movie that deserved to fail.

Ranbir Kapoor spoke candidly about his career’s numerous box office flops, describing Bombay Velvet as a “huge tragedy of Indian film,” and explaining why the disappointment of Jagga Jasoos wounded him the most.

Ranbir Kapoor recently discussed his past performances as he approached the 15-year mark in the Hindi film business. The actor opened out about his projects that were commercial flops during his presence at the Red Sea International Film Festival in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Bombay Velvet “wasn’t a good film,” he said, and it “earned the destiny” it received at the box office.

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Ranbir spoke freely about his films throughout the years and how some of them struggled at the box office during the discussion. A fan in the crowd stopped him and declared that Karan Johar was to blame for his movie Bombay Velvet being a “huge disaster of Indian cinema.” Putting the blame on the producer-director who portrayed the antagonist in the Anurag Kashyap film, Ranbir chuckled and said it would be unfair.

In addition, Ranbir discussed his earlier endeavours, highlighting Jagga Jasoos in particular as “the only movie in my career whose failure affected me because that was a passion project.” The actor, who was last seen in Brahmastra, also claimed that he somewhat understood why his films, such Tamasha and Jagga Jasoos, failed to find success.

His most recent movie, Brahmastra, starring his wife Alia Bhatt, was a box office hit. The year’s highest-grossing Hindi film is the one starring Ayan Mukerji. Following the start of production on the movie in 2017, Ranbir and Alia started dating and later got engaged months before the movie’s release. Raha, their daughter, was born last month.






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