Filmmaker Subhash Ghai's latest film 'Kaanchi' was poorly received at the box-office. However, he is not disturbed as he says he gave the film his best.
"We should accept victory and defeat with the same amount of happiness with which the film is made. You should be sad when you didn't give it your best or didn't work hard enough," the 69-year-old said here Sunday at a spiritual gathering.
"Ups and downs are a part of life. But I am happy that I made something good, never mind if it didn't work," he added.
"Kaanchi" starred Mishti, Kartik Aryan, Mithun Chakraborty and Rishi Kapoor. The film talked about the ills plaguing the society.
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