Don’t write his obituary yet: Mahesh Bhatt on Emraan Hashmi

Emraan Hashmi moved out of the family banner two years ago and all four of his releases since-Ek Thi Daayan, Ghanchakkar, Shanghai and now Raja Natwarlal-have failed to hit the bull's eye. But uncle Mahesh Bhatt insists that it's not over for Emraan. 

The actor returns to the home concern with Mr X and Hamari Adhuri Kahaani and an optimistic Bhatt says philosophically, "There is darkness now but there will be light tomorrow. Can you stop the sunrise after the sunset?" On Emraan's latest release, Raja Natwarlal, which interestingly was helmed by one of his prodigies, Kunal Deshmukh, Bhatt says, "Emraan has raised his hand and admitted that the film has failed.

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How many actors do that? But its failure lies with Kunal. However, he too should not be written off." Apparently, once he realised that Raja Natwarlal had failed to set the cash registers ringing, Emraan rushed to Bhatt, who gave him a pep talk. "The film's boxoffice response did dampen Emraan's spirits," he claims. 

Will Bhatt make adjustments to his two upcoming films to resurrect his nephew's career? "No, I am always confident of what we put on floors. I am sure that brand Emraan will be back. Don't you write his obituary yet," he concludes.

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