KRK Trolls Boney, Calls Sridevi’s Mom ‘Flop’ Movie, Fans Set Records Straight | Bollywood


Kamaal R Khan has reacted to Boney Kapoor’s recent statement about dishonesty in Bollywood. In a new tweet, Kamaal asked Boney and called his film—Tevar, Mom and Mili flop. Shortly after he tweeted, fans rushed to the comments section to correct him. Read also : Janhvi Kapoor screams as Boney Kapoor reveals too much about herself on The Kapil Sharma Show: “Dad!”

Kamaal tweeted, “Boney Kapoor said Bollywood people can’t make good movies if they’re not honest. And unfortunately today most actors, directors are dishonest. Although I agree with him, but my question – Boney Ji, your last 3 movies #Tevar #Mom #Mili are a flop, does that mean you’re dishonest too?”

KRK on Twitter.

In response to Kamaal, one user said, “Mommy movie was not a flop.. Its broke even in India and it collected over 100 crore in China.. check your facts.. Mili has already recovered its budget thanks to Satellite and OTT rights…” “Mom was a super hit and the movie was great too,” added another fan. Someone also commented, “According to KRK – Dilwale, Raeez, Dear Zindagi was also Flop. So ignore it.

Mom, Mili and Tevar were produced by Boney Kapoor along with others. While mom marked Sridevi’s return to Bollywood, Mili is her first professional collaboration with her daughter Janhvi Kapoor who is the lead actor. Tevar, on the other hand, played Boney’s son, Arjun Kapoor.

Meanwhile, Kamaal also added another tweet, minutes after criticizing his movies. He said, “Everything Boney Kapoor said about Bollywood is the truth and he is part of it. The studios have made all filmmakers dishonest. Today everyone is busy plundering the studios in the name of cinema. All staff at all studios are dishonest with 0% movie knowledge.

Recently, Boney appeared on Kapil Sharma’s show with Janhvi and discussed why movies can’t be successful if the thought process is dishonest. Without taking a name, he said: “Nowadays some heroes select movies they only have to work in for 25 days, but get their full quote. The intent from the start is wrong. I don’t want to name the actors, but there are quite a few actors… They weigh the projects according to the number of days they will have to commit.

“Their whole setup is based on convenience. The heroine must be available, the director must be available. How will the movie be good? From the first moment, the thought process is dishonest. Until people are honest, whether they’re actors, directors or producers, movies won’t work,” he added.


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