Due to heavy loss in film 'Lal Singh Chaddha', the distributors kept this demand

After a long wait, finally Aamir Khan's film 'Lal Singh Chiddha' has landed in theatres. This was fiercely opposed before the film's release. There was a demand to boycott the film with loud noises. Now the film is getting mixed responses. However, the film has not been able to do anything special. Aamir Khan is in shock after seeing the response to the film.

Due to heavy loss in film 'Lal Singh Chaddha', the distributors kept this demand

After a lot of opposition, Aamir's film was released but failed to do something special, about which Aamir is in shock. He didn't expect the film to be like this. According to a media report, a close friend of Aamir and his ex-wife Kiran Rao told that Aamir Khan had worked really hard to make the best version of the Hollywood film Forrest Gump. But after the release, the reaction of the people hurt Aamir badly.

The report also states that in view of the film's failure, its distributors have demanded compensation from Aamir Khan. Because they have suffered a lot because of it. Since Aamir is the actor as well as the co-producer of this film. So they have taken responsibility for its failure and now they are also engaged in compensating for the loss of the distributors.

Laal Singh Chaddha was the most awaited film of this year, but the demand for a boycott of the film ruined everything. Aamir Khan is shocked to see that the film has fallen badly. Made on a budget of 180 crores, the film has earned only Rs 38.21 crore in the first weekend, while Aamir's previous films have earned more than this on the first day itself.

On August 11, actor Aamir Khan's film 'Lal Singh Chaddha' has been released in theatres. The film is the official Hindi remake of Tom Hanks' Forrest Gump released in 1994. Through this film, Bollywood actor Aamir Khan returned to the big screen after four years. Apart from Aamir Khan, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Mona Singh and Naga Chaitanya are also in the lead role in 'Lal Singh Chaddha', directed by Advait Chandan.