Bollywood fans in UK too have made chutney of Salman Khan’s latest piece of junk Wanted.
Folks, the Wanted crapshow is a bloody disaster in the UK too, just like in the U.S.
Not just an ordinary disaster, this one.
A mega disaster of Salmanesque proportions.
In one of those Ripley’s Believe It or Not moments, Wanted fared worse than Salman’s previous garbage Yuvvraaj and Heroes.
Bet you are not surprised, right?
After all, this aging, fading, balding Bollywood star is the most lethargic and laziest bloke when it comes to acting these days.
Showing scant respect for the audience, Salman Khan sleepwalks through his movies.
Inevitably, Salman Khan’s movies end up at the bottom of the heap.
If you go by the box office numbers in UK and the U.S., Salman Khan is usually the kiss of death for a Bollywood movie with the diaspora audience.
For the September 18-20, 2009 weekend at the U.K. box office, Salman Khan’s Wanted came in at No-19 with a gross of £69,399.
The below UK box office table speaks loud and clear where Salman Khan stands compared to his Bollywood peers: at the bottom.
As we said the other day:
Salman Khan – the name that spells box office disaster in Bollywood.
Salman Khan – the name that means bad luck in Bollywood.
Salman Khan – the name that turns away audiences in Bollywood.
Salman Khan – the name that heralds crappy movies in Bollywood.
Salman Khan – the name that comes last among the Khans in Bollywood.
Â Time for this bozo to stop his torture of Bollywood fans and retire, eh.