Shah Rukh Khan finally opens up on ‘Zero’s failure; says, “Maybe I made the wrong film”

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Despite buzz and hype, Shah Rukh Khan starrer ‘Zero’ not only received a negative response by the critics and audiences but it failed to earn the amount that was expected by its makers. It failed to cross Rs 100 crore at the box office. SRK is currently in China where he is busy attending the 9th Beijing International Film Festival where ‘Zero’ will be screened on April 20.

During an interview with CGTN, Shah Rukh finally opened up on the debacle of ‘Zero’. The actor said, “Unfortunately ‘Zero’ itself wasn’t received too well back home in India, maybe I made the wrong film, maybe I did not do the right storytelling so I am a little wary how it will be received here (China) and I hope people here will like it.”

Shah Rukh also expressed his grief saying that he really felt bad as ‘Zero’ got rejected by so many people. “When you make a film like that for three years and it goes wrong then you are a little, not depressed or sad, but you know, “I don’t want to see it,” said the actor. He even said that he is going to watch the movie after three months and then he will figure out what went wrong with ‘Zero’.

Post ‘Zero’, Shah Rukh has not signed any films as of now. He is reading scripts and will decide by June which film he is going to do next.

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