Salman told why his previous films flopped: Said – Ticket rates were kept low, ‘Antim’ did not run due to Covid

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Salman Khan recently revealed what was the reason for the flop of his film ‘Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan’ released this year. He cited the ticket price as the reason for the film not running. Salman said that the ticket price of the film was kept very low. The ticket rate of ‘Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan’ and ‘Antim’ was not more than Rs 250. Whereas the ticket of the recently released film ‘Tiger-3’ was up to Rs 600, 1000.

Apart from this, Covid was also the main reason for the flop of the film ‘Antim’ released in 2021. In fact, in 2021, the Bollywood industry was also greatly affected by Covid. Due to the fear of Covid, people had reduced going out and watching movies. He cited this as the main reason for the flop of ‘Antim’. Not only this, he believes that if those films were released now, they could have been hits.

Said- Will not keep the ticket price low from next time

During the interview, Salman said that the rate of ‘Tiger-3’ was kept higher than those films. He said that on the one hand, we are doing well and our numbers are decreasing. But at least this is saving the audience’s money. Although we earned less, we also saved the audience’s money. We have done a good job. But all of you do not understand these things. The prices of my films will not be kept low from now on.

Salman Khan’s Tiger-3 got success

Salman recently played the role of RAW agent Avinash Singh Rathore in Tiger 3. The film also starred Katrina Kaif, Emraan Hashmi and Kumud Mishra. This film was made by Yash Raj Films. The film was released during Diwali and was a huge success.

Apart from this, he also worked as a producer of his niece Alizeh Agnihotri’s debut film ‘Farre’. The film was directed by Soumendra Padhi. Both the film and Alizeh’s acting are getting a lot of appreciation.

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