Katrina Kaif: No point planning or debating 100 crore hits
October 5, 2012 05:56:35 PM IST By Joginder Tuteja, Glamsham Editorial
JAB TAK HAI JAAN is all set for release and the quartet of Yash Chopra, Shahrukh Khan, Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma is expected to create some cinematic magic this Diwali. While it is expected that quality wise the film would be nothing less than superb, what with the entire package fitting in well and A.R. Rahman's music expected to do the trick, it is but naturally expected to translate into huge numbers as well. No wonder, this time around expectations are of collections that go much beyond than just the 100 crore mark.
"See, all that I want is my films to have something good to offer to the audience and turn successful. Moolah that comes in is a by-product of that. That could be 100 crore, 150 crore or 200 crore; what's the point even planning, debating or discussing about it," questions Katrina whose EK THA TIGER is just a few lakhs short of the 200 crore mark.
She feels that it is current market situation that has made 100 crore a worthy enough (and quite achievable) number.
"Otherwise if you look at WELCOME (2007); it came five years ago and in today's scenario, it would have been an easy 100 crore blockbuster," she says, "So you know, there is no point spending so much time and energy on these numbers. They are only bound to see further escalation and tomorrow, even a 100 crores would be a pass'e"