The reason Satish Kaushik said sorry to Boney Kapoor
Sridevi– Anil Kapoor‘s most expensive film of its time yet the biggest failure ‘Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja”completes 25 years today. Producer Boney Kapoor’s good friend Satish Kaushik debuted as a director with this film. The director took to the social media and sharing a poster of the film apologised to Boney Kapoor after 25 years for the debacle that left Kapoor broke.
Satish Kaushik, who began his journey as a film director with “Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja” 25 years ago, has apologised to producer Boney Kapoor for delivering a box office failure that left him broke.
The actor turned filmmaker shared a poster of the film featuring Anil Kapoor, Sridevi, Jackie Shroff and Anupam Kher and wrote, “Yes 25 yrs ago it was a disaster at BO bt it was my first child & will remain close to heart. Remembering madam #SrideviLivesForever & my sorry 2 @BoneyKapoor who gave me a break bt was broke after d film.celebrating #25yearsof RKRCKR ” (Also Check: Tears of gratitude! Boney Kapoor and Janhvi elated over Sridevi winning National Award)
Yes 25 yrs ago it was a disaster at BO bt it was my first child & will remain close to heart. Remembering madam #SrideviLivesForever & my sorry 2 @BoneyKapoor who gave me a break bt was broke after d film.celebrating #25yearsof RKRCKR @AnilKapoor @Javedakhtarjadu @AnupamPKher pic.twitter.com/mXoogmQha5
— satish kaushik (@satishkaushik2) April 16, 2018
Kaushik’s apology is winning over the internet. Twitterati is all praises for Satish Kaushik’s courage to accept the film’s failure and apologise years later.
— Jarvik (@jarvik) April 16, 2018
Sir , it was a good film , some films not releasing in the right time, congratulations to all ‘ROOP KI RANI CHORON KA RAJA’ Team , Anil Sir, Anupam ji , Late SriDevi ji & ,Jacky Sir pic.twitter.com/yhUa9BzSPa
— Moses Sapir (@MosesSapir) April 16, 2018
Ever since I am watching TV I have known this movie & so is every1 around me.
Don't know abt the BO failure then but it has lived till today & will be there forever.
— Punit (@punitajmera) April 16, 2018
@satishkaushik2 it wasn’t the movie!!! It was the appreciation! That it didn’t get! Appreciation that it truly deserved! I thoroughly enjoyed this movie!
— Noddy (@1234Oddy) April 16, 2018
The Movie was ahead of its time i think Sir… U had shot some exceptional equences like the TRAIN Sequence….And it was a GRAND, GRAND Movie….
— Amol Bidkar (@bidkar_amol) April 16, 2018