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03-02-2013, 09:20 AM #1
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- Sep 2011
Only few films can join the 100 crore club: Neil
David's debacle might have made Neil Nitin Mukesh feel bad, but didn't take away the hope from the actor to do different cinema.
When asked about his idea of dealing with the failure of any of his film, Neil seemed optimistic. "I do my work and if my film doesn't work then I can't do anything. I don't know what makes a film commercial," said Neil.
"I think I have to do films which I don't like. At times, I feel I am doing bad films or what, but then I somehow hold my horses and come back to my believe of doing what I prefer," added the actor.
On talking about the 100 crore films, Neil said, "I have seen few films which belong to 100 crore club from the whole lot of films. Barfi!, Kahaani, English Vinglish were good films and they deserved each and every penny they earned."
"Cinemas are changing and there are films like Gangs of Wasseypur which gives me confidence and hope that may be some day, my films will work too," concluded Neil.