Actor Tabu shares that a movie’s box office performance isn’t enough to make or break an actor’s career right away, there are many factors that contribute to that.

Shortly after movie theaters reopened after the lockdown, cash register collections became a hot topic in the industry. While many big-budget films struggled to cash in, Tabu starrer Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 still remains one of the top-grossing films of 2022. But the actor likes to stay away from the numbers game.

“I don’t really think about it. I think actors have the luxury of not stressing about it because humara paisa nahin laga hota hai film mein. Bas humara kaam achha hona chahiye and the movie must be good. It is the producers who are more concerned about the cash register figures. But it certainly feels nice when your film does well,” the 51-year-old, who can be seen in Bholaa and Drishyam 2 next, shares with actor Ajay Devgn.

In a career spanning nearly four decades, Tabu has cracked the formula to stay relevant. Since she doesn’t put too much emphasis on box office collections, we wonder what her take is on terms like “brand equity,” ie a movie’s box office collection that determines an actor’s worth.

“When a film is successful, everyone benefits in one way or another. But if it doesn’t go well, I don’t know how much damage it will do to you,” she explains, adding that the influence of a film’s fate on its cast takes time. “You don’t see it right away (the impact of a project’s success or failure); It’s over a period. Mujhe nahin lagta ki ek movie flop hote hello actor ka sab khatam ho jaata hai. People don’t stop getting work just because one movie didn’t do well,” she concludes.

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