There is no set formula to make a hit Bollywood film: Abhishek

"If there was such a formula in Bollywood, then all films would become hits," Abhishek, who was here to promote the movie, told reporters last evening. He said the success or failure of his films did not depend on him alone.

"Otherwise also, if 2-3 of my films flop it does not mean that all my previous films also did not do well," said the actor. The 35-year-old actor's last three films 'Raavan', 'Khele Hum Ji Jaan Se' and 'Game' did not do well and the box office.

He also said DMD had nothing to do with veteran Dev Anand's 1971 film 'Hare Rama Hare Krishna'. "The only relation my film has with 'Hare Rama Hare Krishna' is that its title has been taken from the first lines of a hit song in Dev's film," he said.

Junior B said there was no intention to demean Goa in his new film, as alleged and added that he personally liked the song filmed on Deepika Padukone. He said  in a country as vast as India, it was not necessary that everyone see their films. "Some people do not like your work. I respect all reactions to my films," he said.

To a query, Abhishek said that he did not have any plans to buy an IPL team and added that he was content watching IPL matches.

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