The year 2022 has not been good for Bollywood at all. From January till now, the films of many big superstars have collapsed at the box office. Even veteran actors like Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgan and Aamir Khan have not been able to show any wonders this year.

The reason behind the flop of the films of these stars is believed to be the boycott trend. These days, there is a campaign to boycott almost every Hindi film on social media.

Meanwhile, today we are going to tell you about some such films which were very much opposed at the time of release but its effect was not seen at the box office.

My name is Khan

Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan has also faced boycott many years ago. His film 'My Name is Khan', released in the year 2010, faced a lot of opposition at the time of its release.

Actually, some people were angry with Shahrukh's demand to include Pakistani players in the IPL. People's protests had no effect on the film. The film earned a total of 223 crores worldwide.

There was a lot of controversy about Aamir Khan's film 'PK' released in the year 2014. The film was accused by Hindu organizations of insulting the faith of the people.

PK

Some scenes of the film were also objected by the people of Christian and Muslim society. Despite this, the film performed tremendously at the box office. The film earned more than 340 crores at the Indian box office. At the same time, worldwide, it had a collection of Rs 854 crore.

Dangal

Aamir Khan's film 'Dangal', which released in 2016, also faced opposition. The reason behind this was a statement by Aamir Khan in which he said that his wife Kiran Rao is scared to stay in India.

Aamir Khan's film 'Dangal', which released in 2016, also faced opposition. The reason behind this was a statement by Aamir Khan in which he said that his wife Kiran Rao is scared to stay in India.

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