There were two films in Bollywood actor Karthik Aryan’s career that changed his entire life. The first was ‘Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety’ which made him stand in the category of A-list actors and the second was ‘Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2’ which gave further height to his career.
However, in the meantime a film came ‘Shahzada’ which flopped badly. The film was a remake of the 2020 superhit Telugu film ‘Ala Vaikunthapuramlo’. In a recent interview, Karthik talked about the failure of the film and what he learned from the film. The actor said that the film probably didn’t work because it was a remake.
In an interview to BBC Asian Network, Karthik said, ‘The biggest lesson I learned after the flop of this film was that I will not do remakes anymore. This was the first time I worked in a remake.
I was getting some new experience, I was doing it on camera and on screen, so it was a different experience.
I didn’t feel anything while shooting it but after shooting it felt that it is something that people have already seen. So why would they go to the theaters spending money to watch it again? So this is the biggest lesson I got from this film.
The film ‘Shehzada’ earned 47.43 crores worldwide. At the same time, it earned Rs 38.33 crore at the Indian box office.