For the last eight years actor Kangana Ranaut has been facing a failure in the film industry. She is facing consecutive flop movies. Tejas, Kangana’s last release, is the 11th movie in a row. The last profitable film of the actor was released in 2015 as Tanu Weds Manu. After Tejas got a flop at the box office, the actor went to Dwarkadhish Temple, located in Gujrat. The objective of visiting the temple is to find peace and seek blessings.
Shares her Mental State
Actor Kangana Ranaut expresses her mental state on Twitter. She shares a picture of visiting the temple. Expresses her feelings, saying, that visiting a divine city like Dwarka has helped her build joy and equanimity in her inner self.
Earlier she posted another tweet where she is being foul-mouthed for the people who wish her ill for her confidence and determination for her future struggles, regarding, her dedication towards Bharat and women’s empowerment.
Her Hindi caption meant, “For the last few days my heart was facing many troubles. As soon as I visited the temple Dwarkadish, the city of Shri Krishna, my pain vanished just after witnessing the dust of the place. My all worries have now fallen at the feet of mine. My heart is now filled with joy. Hare Krishna.”
The list of Unsuccessful films by Ranaut:
The list of Kangana’s unsuccessful movies after Tanu Weds Manu are, “Katti Batti”, “Simran”, “I Love NY”, “Rangoon”, “Manikarnika”, “Panga”, “Judgementall Hai Kya”, “Thalaivii”, “Chandramukhi 2”, and “Dhaakad”.
Tejas Collection at Box Office:
Tejas collected lower than the expectation. It earned only Rs. 1.25 crore on its first day. Her reaction to the lower impression of the movie, the actor requested the audience to at least watch the movie in theatres. She wrote, “Even before COVID theatrical footfalls were dipping drastically post covid it has become seriously rapid. Many theatres are shutting down and even after free tickets and many reasonable offers drastic footfall decline is continuing. Requesting people to watch films in theatres and enjoy them with family and friends or else they (theatres) won’t be able to sustain. Thanks.”