Aamir Khan Kajol Fanaa: Bollywood’s Mr. Perfectionist Aamir Khan’s film Fanaa was released in the year 2006, in which he worked with Kajol. It was the hit film of that year. Its story and songs were very much discussed. The acting of Kajol and Aamir Khan was highly appreciated by the audience and critics. Recently, director of ‘Fanaa’ Kunal Kohli claimed that if this film had been released in today’s time, its collection would have been much higher.
The film was banned in Gujarat
In the year 2006, Aamir and Kajol’s film Fanaa did a business of Rs 51.08 crore at the film box office. However, its business also suffered because it was banned in Gujarat. Had this film been released in that state, its collection could have been 60 crores or more. Kunal Kohli says that if this film had been released at this time, it would have easily done business of more than Rs 200 crores.
Doing business of more than 200 crores
The release of this film has completed 16 years. Sometime back, during an interview with Bollywood Hungama, director Kunal Kohli said, ‘In those days, films earned 50 crores, compared to today’s 200 crores. At that time the ticket price used to be one-third or one-fourth of what it is today.
Movie tickets used to be cheap
Kunal Kohli further said, ‘At that time the most expensive ticket used to be only 150 rupees. Nowadays the ticket price starts from Rs 1200, then it is said that the film has collected 300 crores. I have to say that the ticket price should be less. If a guy wants to take his girlfriend on a movie date, he has to think, because buying a jeans-top gift for his girlfriend and then taking her on a dinner date is cheaper than watching a movie.
Aamir and Kajol movies
Talking about the professional front of Aamir Khan, his recent release film Laal Singh Chaddha was badly beaten at the box office. In such a situation, he has kept distance from the film world for some time. At the same time, Kajol is waiting for the release of her new film ‘Salaam Venky’. In this she will be seen opposite Vishal Jethwa.
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