Latest News- Salman Khan apologizes to theater owners: “The box office collection of Radhe will be zero”
According to News sources, Before the release of Radhe-Your Most Wanted Bhai, superstar Salman Khan sat down with a group of reporters on Zoom Call and talked about his upcoming release. He talked about the difficult times we are living in and how a movie like Radhe-Your Most Wanted Bhai hopes to bring some temporary relief and entertainment to people. The film is being screened at a time when most filmmakers have decided to discontinue its releases due to the country’s cinemas having been closed.
However, Radhe will see a simultaneous release in both theaters and digitally.
Speaking about the result of the film in terms of earnings, Salman said: “The box office collection will be zero. This will be the lowest of a Salman Khan movie according to news. Make people happy or sad about it. It is shown in very few cinemas in India and the number of theaters abroad is less than usual. So the box office will be very poor. “
Salman Khan had announced the film’s release in theaters on the occasion of Eid earlier this year. He announced it after theater owners asked him to release the film only in theaters and to help promote the theater business. However, now with hybrid release, Salman Khan has apologized to the theater owners. He apologizes to the movie owners who were hoping to make a profit from the release of this movie. We waited as long as we could, hoping that this pandemic would end and we could release it in theaters across the country. But this did not happen. We don’t know when things will return to normal.
As per News sources, Salman Khan also said that he did not want people to contract the virus because they had seen the movie of him. “I know people have been disappointed that they won’t be able to see Radhe on the big screen. Some people have reserved hallways and are planning to show my film, which I will not animate because I don’t want people to say ‘Salman Khan Ki film Dekhne Gaye or Corona Fail Gaya ‘. Once it’s over. This pandemic and the theater opens, if people like the film, we will try to show it on the big screen ”.