Shah Rukh Khan is riding high on the success of back-to-back movies like ‘Jawan‘ and ‘Pathaan‘ which have crossed the 1000 crore mark each, globally. But even SRK has gone through many setbacks in his career and some which have been hard to forget by his audience even. For instance, when he played a superhero in ‘Ra.One‘. The film directed by Anubhav Sinha also starred Kareena Kapoor Khan.
In a recent interview with Connect FM Canada, Sinha reflected upon this film and confessed that he failed SRK. He further added that he had a great opporunity and he should have made a better film. Sinha said that regrets not meeting Shah Rukh’s expectations. He said that when asked about the rumours that the film may have a sequel.
He called these thoughts ‘presumptuous’ and added that such big films just happen. One doesn’t plan them. Sinha himself is surprised that ‘Ra.One’ happened to him because at that time when he thought of it, he had given the biggest flop of his career in the form of ‘Cash’. Yet, he was fortunate to get to work with Shah Rukh after such a flop.
Earlier, Sinha had said that he was heartbroken when Shah Rukh had called ‘Ra.One’ a flop. At that time, 12 years ago, ‘Ra.One’ had done a business of about Rs 135 crore in India but it got a lot of flak for bad VFX and the way it was made. Hence now, Sinha feels he should have made a better film.
The songs of ‘Ra.One’ continue to be iconic till date, especially ‘Chammak Challo’.

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