Ranbir Kapoor’s newest movie, Shamshera, did not garner the type of help that it hoped for from the viewers and the critics. After a giant spherical of promotions, the movie, which marked Ranbir’s return to the silver display after 4 years, may manage to earn solely Rs 31.75 crore throughout its first weekend. The movie bought some disastrous opinions as effectively, and now, director Karan Malhotra has penned a observe saying that he ‘could not handle the hate and rage’ that got here his method in the previous couple of days.
Karan shared a observe on Instagram with the caption ‘Shamshera is mine’ and wrote, “My Dearest Shamshera, you are majestic the way you are. It is important for me to express myself on this platform because here is where is all the love, the hate, the celebration and the humiliation exists for you. I want to unimaginably apologise to you for abandoning you for these past few days as I could not handle the hate and rage. My withdrawal was my weakness and there are no excuses for it.”
He continued, “But now I am here, standing beside you hand in hand feeling proud and honoured that you are mine, Will face everything together, the good, the bad and the ugly. And a huge shout out to the Shamshera family, the cast and crew of Shamshera. The love, the blessings and the concern that has been showered upon us are the most precious and nobody can take that away from us. #ShamsheraIsMine #Shamshera.”
The Indian Express’ Shalini Langer referred to as the movie ‘big, bad, loud and messy’ in her evaluation. The movie additionally starred Vaani Kapoor and Sanjay Dutt. It was marketed as a quintessential mainstream Bollywood movie, and Ranbir’s first try on the style. He appeared in a twin function within the movie, taking part in each a father and his son.
In an earlier interview with indianexpress.com, Ranbir shared that a part of the explanation he selected Shamshera was as a result of it “was catering to a larger audience.” He added, “It had an array of emotions, amazing characters and some amazing action sequences. It was this larger-than-life film.”