Actor Aamir Khan says that he always felt personally responsible for the failure of Thugs of Hindostan. The actor was talking at an event when he was asked to comment on the audience’s response to his last release. Aamir said audience always have all the rights to present their opinion about a film in whichever way they want to. He added that he doesn’t mind the audience getting harsh in reviewing his films.

Aamir was quoted by Pinkvilla saying, “Many came to me saying that they liked the film. I think the audience has the full right to say exactly what they want and they can be harsh in that criticism, that is their right. If there was a certain amount of harness, then so be it. It has been a long time that I have not given any flop film (laughs)… good that audience also got a chance to remove their frustration.”

The actor has had a track record of delivering three back-to-back all-time blockbusters films in the years 2013, 2014 and 2016. The blame of Thugs‘ failure also went upon the director, Vijay Krishna Acharya, who earlier wrote the scripts of Dhoom films. However, Aamir said that Victor shouldn’t be blamed for anything as a film is always a product of a collective effort. He explained, “I don’t need to forgive Victor. I think every director with who I work with, all directors are good with their good intentions. We all want to make good films but sometimes it doesn’t happen. I’m a team player. If my director has gone wrong somewhere then even I have gone wrong. I believe in the director and if he has gone wrong, I have also gone wrong. There is no problem to accept that. We will learn from our mistakes. The audience has come to watch the film on my name, for that audience I feel fully and personally responsible.”

Aamir is currently being praised for his latest production, Rubaru Roshni, which got featured on Star Plus on Republic Day.