‘œI just need a bit of luck,’ that’s what the actor said in a recent interview while talking about his abysmal state of films at the box office.
“I just need a bit of luck,” that’s what the actor said in a recent interview while talking about his abysmal state of films at the box office. He referred to the incident when Kaminey released and the theatres got shut for a couple of days because of the swine flu scare. The Kapoor kid sighed sadly and said again, “All I need is a bit of luck.”
Well if you ask me, Shahid has just been plain unwise when it comes to picking his films. You can’t blame the slew of flops on your luck Shahid! The actor is so blinded with the idea of playing this out-and-out commercial Bollywood dude that he time and again, chooses films that appeal to the majority and we really know what appeals to them, honestly!
Here’s why he shouldn’t have done the following films:
Mausam: Air Force dude, a melodramatic partition story and a tale of two star-crossed lovers -everything sounds good, but the tediously long film drags till it bores you to death. The insipid dialogues and a long epic saga, which no one’s interested in watching these days should have had given Sasha a hint that the film is not worth the time and energy, while he was reading the script of course!
Teri Meri Kahaani: Really…reincarnation! The whole idea of meeting your lover after a series of janams doesn’t even sound appealing to the older generation anymore. What was a young chap like SK thinking while signing the film?
Phata Poster Nikla Hero and R…Rajkumar: When everything seems to have failed, Shahid looks convinced that taking the Salman Khan route will help him achieve success. Masaledar action, redundant dance sequences and pointless dhishoom dhishoom – ‘massy and un-classy’ films are soon becoming the actor’s USP. Let’s hope better sense prevails and Kapoor manages to produce some real substance on screen…soon!