Ekta Kapoor is pretty confident about her next ambitious venture “Shootout at Wadala”, which is based on the first-ever registered encounter by Mumbai police. She hopes that the film makes it to the Rs. 200 crore club.
Filmmaker Ekta Kapoor feels the Rs. 100 crore club is now passe and its time to start a new trend of Rs.200 crore business.
“Today, every film does Rs.100 crore business… even a film which earns Rs.95 crore, joins the Rs.100 crore club business,” Ekta said.
“So now it’s time to create a new trend. ‘Shootout at Wadala’ is unique and I hope it makes Rs.200 crore club. Is there any club of that, should we start one?” She added.
Ekta was at the launch of the live trailer of ‘Shootout at Wadala’.
Pretty confident about her upcoming film, Ekta Kapoor said, “I have made a film and the film is based on a book, so if the book is doing great, then why should I be scared? I think one should remain true to their heart, rest will fall into place.”
“I think actors have been brave to play the roles and the director has been brave enough to make the film. Also, I think I am in a brave position now to given such films,” added the filmmaker.
The film is directed by Sanjay Gupta and will hit theaters on May 1. It stars John Abraham, Kangna Ranaut, Tushar Kapoor and Sonu Sood.