Since yesterday, the news of the makers of Samrat Prithviraj blaming the lead actor Akshay Kumar for the film’s failure is doing the rounds on social media. It all started when director Chandraprakash Dwivedi in his latest interview pointed to the superstar’s controversies including the pan masala endorsement and said that these factors could be the reason for the film’s failure. Later, a source quote surfaced on the web stating that the makers of the film were accusing Akshay Kumar of not growing a real mustache.
Now dismissing all the claims, director Chandraprakash Dwivedi said that all these reports are not true. He also revealed who should be blamed for this and why.
Talking to ETimes, the filmmaker Chandraprakash Dwivedi The makers denied the rumors of blaming Akshay Kumar for the film’s failure. “We have come closer to each other in the last four years. He is not just an actor for me. He is more than an actor – a friend, a well-wisher, a guardian. He is younger than me but behaves like a parent. I never blamed him for the failure of the film. Why should I? Had he not been there, the film would never have been made. If anyone is responsible for the failure of ‘Samrat Prithviraj’, it is me. I don’t understand my audience. ,
Emperor Prithviraj The director further cleared the air, saying, “Whatever is being printed is not my dialect.”
The news of the director blaming Akshay Kumar started doing the rounds when his latest interview on the film’s failure surfaced on the web. In the interview, the filmmaker said that people have a right to reject an actor but Akshay Kumar has been working since 30 years, everyone is aware of his abilities. The filmmaker was further heard saying that Akshay Kumar has played the role to the best of his ability. He is not the first actor whose performance has not been liked by the audience, but there is no point in boycotting him for his performance as Prithviraj.
Chandraprakash Dwivedi said that boycotting his film because of things he had done in the past, such as promoting pan masala or saying that one should not give milk to Lord Shiva, does not make any sense as these matters are not discussed in the film. Has nothing to do with.