Actor Imran Khan is back on social media and has been more active than ever. He recently responded to an Instagram user who talked about the actor wanting validation through likes to make his return to films. For the uninitiated, Imran recently confirmed his return to Bollywood after leaving the decision to his loyal fans and asking them to hit a million likes. Read also: Imran Khan reveals that his eyelashes got burnt during the Luck action scene
Imran Khan Allegedly Seeking Validation With 1 Million Likes
Imran recently responded to a user, Ishpreet Balbir, who posted a video of his poetry. In the video, he says, “In a world where Imran Khan needs a million likes to make a film and not the realization that every time a couple has a movie date, they think of watching I Hate Luv Storys. Whenever a group of friends get together to watch a movie, their choice is Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na. An Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu gives hope to a confused introvert learning how to be an adult that there is someone for everyone. When we just do someone we play Kahin Toh on loop. Perhaps we have turned the world into a place where love is measured. Maybe validation comes with numbers. Maybe life isn’t sweet and hopeful like those Imran Khan movies.”
Responding to the post, a humbled Imran Khan took to the comments section. He commented: “The truth is, it was never about a million likes. I chose the number because it seemed impossible, and since it was never going to happen anyway, I could just quietly retire again, no questions asked. I didn’t count on you all picking it up and carrying it forward… After all this time, I didn’t think anyone would still care enough to reach out and tell me they believed in me. Your love humbles me.”
Imran Khan reveals that he was not paid for his film
Not only that, but Imran also replied to another user in the comments section who wanted a refund for the actor’s films like Luck and Kidnap. The user said: “1 million likes if you want Imran Khan to refund your money if you paid to watch Kidnap and Luck.” In it, the Luck actor revealed that he is yet to receive his payment for one of the films.
Imran wrote back to the person: “This money actually goes to the theater owners first, then the producers…as it happens, they never cleared my final payment for this film, so maybe we can all take it up with them? »
Imran Khan is back on social media
Imran recently shared behind-the-scenes photos on Instagram, days after taking a hiatus from social media. He also confirmed his return and told his fans on Threads, “To whom it may concern. I hear you. And I’m working on it. Thank you for being so patient with me.” His last release was Katti Batti with Kangana Ranaut in 2015.
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