Vineet Kumar Singh says box office is worth more than talent. “Aajkal kaam ke baare mein kam baat hoti hai”
Actor Vineeth Kumar Singh rose to fame in films when he appeared in 2017’s Mukbaaz, but despite critical acclaim, Vineeth’s success didn’t result in many film offers. In a recent chat, Vineet said he expected his fate to change after that. Directed by Anurag Kashyap But that didn’t happen because the industry is driven more by box office numbers than box office numbers.
In an interview with Unfiltered by Samdish, the actor said that more than multiple surnames or their performances, it was the box office record that mattered. “People talk less about work these days. They talk more about first-day collections, second-day collections, and weekend collections.” Irfan (Khan)’s one film has made a business of Rs.100 crore.
The actor then cites the Hollywood movie Joker as an example, saying, “If you want to think of a movie that has a Joker-like canvas, you need a pretty big budget. Right? This one with Manoj bhai (Manoj Bajpayee). Why don’t you make a movie like that? Will the market give you that budget? It won’t and I’ve been through it.”
Vineet frankly says the last film needs a certain box office collection so that the producers can invest in the next one. Vineet said: People don’t bet money on you just because you’re a good artist. Actors fail in front of the box office, and I understand this all too well.
He added: He could have explored himself more. Good coaches don’t fight me for money. He doesn’t say, ‘Vineet is a good actor, but the market won’t give me 1.5 crore’.
Vineet was last seen in Manish Mundra’s Siya.
https://indianexpress.com/article/entertainment/bollywood/vineet-kumar-singh-says-box-office-is-valued-more-than-ones-talent-8210569/ Vineet Kumar Singh says box office is worth more than talent. “Aajkal kaam ke baare mein kam baat hoti hai”