Akshay Kumar on films not working, says 'have to understand what audience wants'

written by Rajan Nath | August 20, 2022

Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar finally opened up about Bollywood films not working at the box office. During the trailer launch event of his upcoming film, 'Cuttputlli', Akshay Kumar expressed concern over the recent films working.

Akshay Kumar acknowledged the fact that they need to understand what the audience wants. He also said that no one else was to be blamed for it.

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Cuttputlli trailer out: Akshay Kumar hunts self-obsessed killer; film features Sargun Mehta, Gurpreet Ghuggi too [Watch] Image Source: Twitter
While talking to the media at the trailer launch of 'Cuttputlli', Akshay Kumar was asked about Bollywood films not working in recent times. To this, 'Khiladi' said it was their fault, his fault that the films were not working.

He said that he has to make changes and understand what the audience wants. Likewise, he said that nobody else should be blamed for it but him.

Akshay Kumar on films not working, says 'have to understand what audience wants' Image Source: Twitter

The statement comes during the trailer launch of the Akshay Kumar-starrer 'Cuttputlli' which also features Rakul Preet Singh, Gurpreet Ghuggi, Sargun Mehta, and Chandrachur Singh.

Besides, Akshay Kumar also performed the 'Cuttputlli' dance during the event. In the meanwhile, director Ranjit M Tewari revealed that the film was inspired by the South film, 'Ratsasan'.

Akshay Kumar on films not working, says 'have to understand what audience wants' Image Source: Twitter

The story revolves around three murders in the small town of Kasauli and only there is only one serial killer behind them. Akshay, who is playing a cop, and his team hunt for the killer. The film will be released directly on Disney Plus Hotstar on September 2.

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