It’s 100 percent my fault, not blaming the audience or anyone else; Akshay Kumar is the first to react on the continuous failures

Akshay Kumar’s new film Selfie has a lead role. Remake of Malayalam superhit film Driving License, this film is getting poor response in Bollywood.

Akshay Kumar’s selfie is taking the box office by storm. Selfie is believed to be the lowest opening for an Akshay Kumar film since 2009.

Akshay Kumar has failed four times in a row and Selfie is also getting poor response.
Now Akshay Kumar’s answer to the question of his films being a constant flop is catching the attention of the audience.

Akshay Kumar says repeated failures give an opportunity to sit back, think about things and correct yourself. This reaction of Akshay Kumar is in an interview given to Aaj Tak channel.

“This is not the first time for me. There was a time when I failed 16 times in a row. The second time, eight films with lead roles failed at the box office.

But in my opinion it happens through own fault. Today’s audience has changed a lot. The stars have to be changed accordingly. I’m trying to change that.

That’s all I can do. Don’t blame the audience or anyone else. It is 100 per cent my fault’, said Akshay Kumar.

Akshay Kumar’s many films were flops last year. Bachchan Pandey, Samrat Prithviraj, Rakshabandhan and Ramsetu all flopped.

Rohit Shetty’s Sooryavanshi (2021) was Akshay Kumar’s last film to do well at the box office. Meanwhile, Akshay has several projects in line.

Akshay Kumar’s upcoming films include OMG Oh My God, Bade Miyan Chote Miyan, Capsule Gill, Hera Pheri 4 and Surrai Potter Hindi remake.

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