Shah Rukh Khan to follow Salman Khan's footsteps: Refund money to distributors?

Bruno Cirelli
Agosto 17, 2017

The performance of Jab Harry Met Sejal at the box office has been so disastrous that even the distributors who bought the rights of the film at lower prices lost a big chunk of their investment.

Summary: From making fun of "Jab Harry Met Sejal" to the amusing things mechanical students do, every meme from a scene of 'Main Hoo has its own story.

Actor Shah Rukh Khan had a super busy Tuesday between Janmashtami celebration at his Mumbai residence and catching up with actor Dilip Kumar later in the evening.

NH Studioz had reportedly acquired the all-India rights of "Tubelight" for Rs 132 crore and "Jab Harry Met Sejal" for Rs 80 crore.

Thirteen years have been passed since Shah Rukh Khan's blockbuster hit "Main Hoon Na" came and seems like the craze is still not over. Though Shah Rukh and his co-star Anushka Sharma promoted their film fully, it failed to fetch desirable numbers at the box office.

He did something similar in 2001 and 2005 when he had refunded the individual distributors of his films "Asoka" (Eros) and "Paheli" (UTV), after both films underperformed at the box office.

SRK, who was generous enough to compensate the distributors of Dilwale (2015) with Rs.25 crore, is yet to decide the fate of distributors with his contribution to cover the losses! This isn't the first time when Shah Rukh is facing this kind of a situation. Salman Khan's Eid release Tubelight flopped due to which distributors and exhibitors made huge losses.

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