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Ajay Devgn: 'Films should entertain first'

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Ajay Devgn has said that films do not have to be critical hits to be successful.

The actor will be seen next in a remake of the 1983 action film Himmatwala.

He told the Hindustan Times: "In the last four to five years, I've kept this in mind - that whatever films I do, the crowd should be entertained. If that's your mindset, you'll obviously do films people will enjoy.

"Even if the film is not very good, they will enjoy it. And if it is fabulous, it becomes a super hit. And you're now working with [director] Sajid [Khan], who's always made films for the masses. He doesn't claim to be a director who wants four stars ratings for his movies.

"You can entertain people, then you've made great cinema. That's what we are following. You're dancing in this film - that's a side of you that people are eager to watch. Dancing makes me nervous, but I was comfortable with what I was doing. Among acting, action and dancing, the last one is the toughest."

'Himmatwala' movie poster


The Son of Sardaar star has reportedly been promised by Khan that the film will be "a 100 crore hit".

He said last week that shooting Himmatwala had made him "nostalgic" for his early days in Bollywood.

Watch a trailer for Son of Sardaar below:

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