Ajay Devgn feels Khans’ monopoly in Bollywood will end soon

Raj Baddhan

Senior Editor

Ajay Devgn
Ajay Devgn

Bollywood actor Ajay Devgn usually maintains a low profile about his fame and success. Despite being a star the actor doesn’t get opportunity to release film on the festivals that are mostly booked by three Khans of the industry. The 45-year-old actor says there is certainly some monopoly that rules Bollywood.

“What is happening is, everybody wants a festive release as the festivals give the business of the films a boast. In the next two to three years, there will be multiple releases in the festivals. The monopoly is not good for the industry and I am sure it will break soon.” Devgn told Times Of India.

Later he added, “There is space for two films to release on a single day when everything is fair and that is what happened during ‘Jab Tak Hai Jaan’ and ‘Son of Sardaar’, both films did very well. We had very few good theatres but the film worked on its merit but that won’t happen now as the distributors will give all films a fair release. Good films will definitely work.”

Back in 2012, Devgn had a spat and filed a law suit against Yash Raj Films when dates of movie ‘Jab Tak Hain Jaan’ clashed with his movie ‘Son of Sardaar’.

Meanwhile, Devgn will be next seen in ‘Action Jackson’. The movie also stars Sonakshi Sinha, Yami Gautam, Anand Raj. The movie is helmed by choreographer -turned director Prabhu Dheva.

‘Action Jackson’ will hit theatres on 5th December.