Riding high on the success of her recent release Bharat, Katrina Kaif has been able to win not just the audience but the critics as well. Speaking of big-budget Bollywood films, Katrina has starred in many, while some did well at the box-office, others bombed miserably. Her film Thugs of Hindostan in which she starred alongside Aamir Khan and Amitabh Bachchan witnessed the biggest opening day at the box-office with Rs 52 crore but still failed at the box-office. Her next film Zero with Shah Rukh Khan and Anushka Sharma also couldn’t do well at the box-office.
Comparing these high budgeted films to mid-budgeted films with new age actors like Ayushmann Khurrana and Vicky Kaushal, they managed to create a storm at the box-office. While Badhaai Ho collected more than Rs 137 crore, Uri: The Surgical Strike made a massive Rs 245 crore. Looking at the trend, one may say that big-budget films are not doing so well in comparison to the small budget ones.
Talking about the same in a recent interview, Katrina says that all a good story is all a film needs to work. She told, “Many big films haven’t done well in the last few months but I don’t analyse it. We always want to find some generic, one-size-fits-all kind of sweeping answer. Every film is a unique experience of two-and-a-half-hours. You just have to make a good story, and the film will work. There is no trend. If you make a good film with any actor – be it young, new, old or established, it will work,”
Well, we totally agree with you, Katrina!
Other than this, the actress will also be seen in Rohit Shetty’s Sooryavanshi. The film brings back the super hit pairing of her and Akshay Kumar on the big screen once again.