Box office collections aren’t ‘everything’ for Kabir Khan
His recent release, Bajrangi Bhaijaan, has become a blockbuster, but director
Kabir Khan (left) says that films are not made for the purpose of earning huge collections, as that restricts the filmmaker’s creativity.
Asked if he expects a similar collection for his upcoming Saif Ali Khan-Katrina Kaif directorial, Kabir said: “Although everyone wishes to earn good collections at the box-office, we don’t make films with the sole intention of numbers.”
“A film should be successful according to its budget. For every film to touch a certain number, we will (have to) make the same kind of films, which I didn’t want. I want to make different films. But like Bajrangi Bhaijaan, I’d love for my next to also be a success,” he added.
Meanwhile, Saif has expressed shock at news that his film with Kabir has been banned in Pakistan. The film isn’t against any country, says Saif.
Although everyone wishes to earn good collections at the box-office, we don’t make films with the sole intention of numbers Kabir Khan, director