Karan Johar’s First biggest flop of his career


The ongoing film by Karan Johar ‘Kalank’ is of them most anticipated and much talked film in the recent days. After the brilliant first day opening, it seems that film will going to break the record, but suddenly it goes down. Some of the showbiz writer says that the film will be Karan Johar‘s first biggest flop of his career. The producer Karan Johar, who has given the film industry historic blockbusters like Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham and Dostana, is looking at the biggest disaster of his career.

Kalank, Johar’s most costly production till date, with an estimated budget of Rs 150 crores, is all set to become the biggest disaster of his career. However, when the film trailer was unveiled, many people termed it as a rip-off of 2018 blockbuster of director Sanjay Leela Bhansali. Many even said Kara Johar is trying to copying Bhansali and they also predicted that the filmmaker would fail. Through the box office collection, it looks like their predictions all come true.

Karan Johar’s First biggest flop of his career

Though the opening has been the most impressive, critics and audiences have responded with pure negativity describing the film as an emptied-out soul-less version of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s cinema. So many cited as the Karan Johar’s first biggest flop of his career.

According to biggest cinemas owners, that in the coming days, when Kalank was expected to reap rich harvests over the Easter weekend, are likely to register a steep drop in the collections. Many calls ‘Kalank “another Thugs Of Hindostan in the making. Viewers are walking out of the shows. The audience has failed to connect with the plot, characters and dialogues.

Many experts says, the they din’t understand the story, there is no connection and sequence in the film. Besides the heavy cast and top Bollywood stars are in the film, yet due to an average story and direction. It is failed to appeal the audience.

Well not only that, the disaster coming during a year that has already spawned several major successes, including the war blockbuster Uri, is a tragic stumbling block to the successful innings this year at the box office.

The debacle would affect the careers of Aditya Roy Kapur and Sonakshi Sinha who were looking at making a comeback with Kalank. The flop is unlikely to make a difference to Varun Dhawan or Alia Bhatt who are on a winning streak. As for Karan, sources say the losses would be absorbed by Karan’s Dharma Productions’ partners Fox-Star Studios.