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Bollywood Faces 3000cr Loss In 2022! Claims KRK In His YouTube Video

KRK and Bollywood

In the video he posted on YouTube, KRK says that this year many actors’ careers have ended due to their flop movies and claims that Bollywood lost Rs 3000 cr in 2022.


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KRK’s reflection on Bollywood

As per his review Brahmastra is the biggest disaster of 2022, and how Karan Johar has faked the collections of the films. Not just he went to say that it is such a huge flop that KJo went bankrupt!

Ranbir Kapoor, Sanjat Dutt and Akshay Kumar

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The second number is Ranveer Singh starred 83. On the third number, he kept Samrat Prithviraj of Akshay Kumar and Manushi Chillar.On KRK’s fourth number, he kept Aamir Khan and Kareena Kapoor’s Laal Singh Chaddha. Akshay Kumar’s starrer film, which is Ram Setu at fifth, followed by Ranbir Kapoor’s Shamshera in sixth position. On the seventh position of his list is Hrithik Roshan and Saif Ali Khan’s Vikram Vedha. The eighth position is Thank God starring Sidharth Malhotra, Ajay Devgn and Rakul Preet Singh, followed by Ranveer Singh’s Jayeshbhai Jordar. And in the tenth position is Runway 34 which has Ajay Devgn and Amitabh Bacchan.

Is Bollywood in a loss?

Earlier this year, Trade experts predicted heavy losses for Bollywood amid the film release delays and shoot cancellations due to the surge in Covid 19 cases in the country. However, this is not the only reason Bollywood has witnessed a downfall this year.

Post-pandemic, cinema in the country started witnessing viewers willing to return but more than Covid-19 what would make the viewers make the decision will be based on the film and its appeal. While one can state that Bollywood has been a victim of propaganda, agenda, etc., let’s be honest here, Bollywood has been below par this year.

Why did Bollywood fail?

Rise of South Indian Films…

Bollywood films were barely comparable to the reception received by South Indian Films this year. We saw films like RRR, KGF 2, Kantara, etc., do well at the cinema by providing the content and viewing experience one wishes to see and no Bollywood movie could come close to the content, casting and experience provided by these South Indian Films.

South Indian Movies

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Lack of New Content…

There is a huge contrast between the content of Hindi Cinema in theatres and in OTT platforms. The films released in theatres were just not watchable. Films like Jersey, Vikram Vedha and Laal Singh Chaddha are just not original. And irrespective of the casting choices they couldn’t perform.

Bollywood Remakes That Flopped In 2022

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No recognition and Support for Good Bollywood movies…

Those who complain about the lack of new content in Bollywood need to reflect upon themselves. Films like Brahmastra, Action Hero, Uunchai, Goodbye, Bhediya, etc., were not merely just movies but excelled in different domains. Brahmastra was visually on point, Action Hero was a good masala movie and Amitabh Bacchan just nailed it in Uunchai and Goodbye.

An Action Hero

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With most of the things that went wrong with Bollywood, hoping the new year 2022 brings something new that can help Bollywood to regain its momentum. With some great films lined up next year where we see the biggies like SRK and Salman Khan returning to the big screen, it will be a treat for the fans waiting for their return.



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