‘Thank God’ producer Deepak Mukut says controversies affect box office collections – Times of India
Spilling some beans on the same, Deepak told a news portal that they expected the film to do middling, above average business. According to him, he always knew that this was not a blockbuster but a good film, a clean comedy with the power to draw an audience. So they hoped to draw in the family audience.
Elaborating further, he added that cinema is very subjective. What might be the favourite of one person, the other may not like at all. The producer added that people look at things differently. He doesn’t think there was anything problematic in the film. He made a good, clean comedy but some people had different opinions and that is ok, the producer told Hindustan Times.
When asked if controversies affect how a film does at a box office, Mukut added that in the end, it’s the content that either works or doesn’t. So according to him, these controversies affect but not a lot. According to him, some effect is there because one person says something and people who think like them do get affected by that.
‘Thank God’ starred Ajay Devgn, Sidharth Malhotra and Rakul Preet Singh in lead roles.
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