Vijay Varma Reacts To Viral Publish Calling Irrfan Khan’s The Lunchbox A “Flop” Film

Vijay Varma Reacts To Viral Post Calling Irrfan Khan's The Lunchbox A 'Flop' Movie

Irrfan Khan in The Lunchbox. (courtesy: YouTube)

New Delhi:

The Lunchbox, directed by Ritesh Batra, is a uncomplicated love tale about two strangers who exchange notes about existence by a lunchbox. Unveiled in 2013, the movie starred late actor Irrfan Khan, Nimrat Kaur and Nawazuddin Siddiqui. The critically-acclaimed film manufactured waves at the intercontinental entrance as very well. The Lunchbox took home critics week viewers decision award at the 66th Cannes Intercontinental Movie Festival. Recently, the film located by itself in a record of “flop films” in a social media article. As the tweet went viral, Bollywood actor Vijay Varma decided to action in with some box office environment figures of the “global masterpiece.” It all commenced when a social media person, claiming to be a cinema lover, outlined down “10 flop films I secretly loved”. Shockingly, the initially film on the record was The Lunchbox. The text accompanying the poster browse: “Ritesh Batra’s gem intricately weaves an unconventional romance by means of lunchbox notes. The film’s warmth, simplicity, Irrfan Khan’s masterful portrayal, and Nimrat Kaur’s subtlety make a tale that resonates extended immediately after the credits roll.”

Reacting to the tweet, Vijay Varma shared a screenshot of the small business accomplished by The Lunchbox in India. Reportedly, the film attained above Rs 100 crore at the box office. Vijay Varma wrote, “The Lunchbox is the most significant independent film from India. It did unbelievable enterprise and is regarded a world wide masterpiece. Not a flop in any parameter.” 

The Lunchbox was not the only Irrfan Khan movie which was shown in the list of “flop” films. It was accompanied by the 2018-release Karwaan. Directed by Akarsh Khurana, the film also starred Dulquer Salmaan and Mithila Palkar. 

Films like Vicky Kaushal’s Masaan (2015), Vikramaditya Motwane’s coming-of-age film Udaan (2010), Shah Rukh Khan’s Swades (2004) and Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa(1994), Varun Dhawan and Banita Sandhu’s Oct (2018), Ajay Devgn and Aishwarya Bachchan’s Raincoat (2004), Imtiaz Ali’s Tamasha, starring Deepika Padukone and Ranbir Kapoor (2015), as perfectly as Bhavesh Joshi (2018) were also in the listing. 

In the meantime, Vijay Varma’s last venture was the OTT criminal offense sequence Kaalkoot. Helmed by Sumit Saxena, the ensemble cast of Kaalkoot involves Shweta Tripathi Sharma, Yashpal Sharma, Gopal Datt, and Seema Biswas. Next, Vijay Varma will be viewed in Sujoy Ghosh’s thriller, primarily based on the guide The Devotion of Suspect X.