Karan Johar’s 2019 film
There was great frustration over office fees. Despite star cast including Varun Dhawan, Alia Bhatt, Aditya Roy Kapoor, Sonakshi Sinha, Madhuri Dixit and Sanjay Dutt, Period Drama failed to impress the audience and critics.
In a recent Tate-A-Tate with Bollywood Hungama, writer-actor Hussain Dalal who has written dialogues for the film wondered if he was responsible for the failure of this big-budget film.
Speaking about how he internalizes the film’s failure, Hussein told the news portal, “The key to success is to wake up the same person in the morning. I’ll wake up, I’ll have tea, read the newspaper … Success is very abstract. Can’t see it; it’s just for the world … I feel a failure when a movie comes down. “
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He further talked about how failure can affect an actor, he explained, “For me, two years ago a big movie came down;
Fell down. And the responsibility you feel, you’ve ruined it, that your writing was so bad that people can’t watch the movie. Failure is more of an embodiment for an artist. Success is always in the perspective of another … Success is never for the artist, it is always in the precedent. Failure is a great teacher, it makes an artist … “
Hussein told Bollywood star Hungama that after experiencing failure, he felt a hesitation because he was sure he had spoiled the film.
He wondered if Klank would have written simple dialogues and he says, “I learned. I moved on with the poem. Maybe if I had made it easier, I could have communicated better.”
It was such a beautiful story for me, such a beautiful story, I took full responsibility for the fact that I was probably a little spoiled by too many poems. “
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Earlier, the film’s producer Karan Johar also started his flop show and said that his failure was more than anyone else’s.
Workwise, Hussain Dalal was last seen in Farhan Akhtar-Mrinal Thakur’s sports drama
Which premiered last week on Amazon Prime Video.
Story first published: Wednesday, July 21, 2021, 10:56 [IST]