Box office success not my aim: Rajkummar Rao
Mumbai: Actor Rajkummar Rao, whose latest film Fanney Khan has received mixed response from the audience, says that box office success of a movie is not his aim.
The critically acclaimed actor has been often praised by critics and audiences. But he is yet to transform that into a major box office success like his male counterparts such as Varun Dhawan, Ranbir Kapoor and Ranveer Singh have been able to.
"That is not in my hands so, I don't have any idea how to work on that aspect," he said.
"My job is to deliver good performances. My last year's films, whether it was Bareilly Ki Barfi, Trapped or Newton, have done good business. So it is not that my films haven't done well at the box office.
"My films are doing good business. That's the reason why I am constantly working in many films. Box office success of a film is not my aim because it is not in my hands. My job is to act and I get satisfied when people appreciate my work."