One has to admire Aamir Khan for taking the sole blame for the failure of his film Thugs of Hindostan at the box office.
At a recent media interaction, the 53-year-old star said, "I take full responsibility for Thugs of Hindostan not working with the audience."
Aamir added, "I think we went wrong, but I would like to take full responsibility for that. You can be sure that we tried our level best, we left no stone unturned in our efforts but we went wrong somewhere. There are some people who liked the film and we would like to thank them, and we are happy they liked it but they are in the minority, majority of the people did not like our film and we realise that. Most definitely we've gone wrong somewhere, and I take full responsibility for it."
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The actor then apologised to his fans for failing to deliver.
"The audience which came with high expectations to watch my film, I would like to apologise to them too that I was not able to deliver and provide the entertainment, even though we tried our best, but they didn't enjoy it. I feel very bad that we were not able to entertain them."
Thugs of Hindostan starring Amitabh Bachchan and Aamir Khan in lead roles failed to impress audiences and tanked at the box office. Since its release it has raked in a mere INR 150 crore.