Karan Johar’s period drama ‘Kalank’ (2019), hasn’t quite grasped the audience and critics as probably hoped. In response to the poor performance, Alia Bhatt shares this is a learning curve.
Reported by Deccan Chronicle, Bhatt says they need to try harder next time. “I don’t analyse about such things. It is not required. The ‘janta ki adalat’ is the biggest thing one needs to face. If the audience does not accept the film, it should not do well. So, we have to try and come back and make sure that they are not disappointed the next time.”
Bhatt who plays the character of Roop in the film, acknowledges that not all films will receive great reviews, but as an actor it all adds to the learning experience. “In the entertainment industry, people try and put their best foot forward. But when you are in the public space, you get some good reviews and sometimes you have bad reviews. You need to learn how to pick up the pieces and then move on. Every day is not sunshine. It will rain sometimes. It is a learning experience for everybody.”
In response to her maturity handling criticism and comments from trolls, Bhatt maintains she will keep quiet. “If you think that I am mature, my family is 10 times more mature. I just want to be positive, be happy and work hard. I should not pay attention to them (criticisers). I will keep quiet.”