‘Kalank' Is Getting Endlessly Trolled By The Internet, And It's A Good Thing We Can't See The Film

By Arslan Athar | 18 Apr, 2019

A lot of hope and hype was pinned with ‘Kalank’, an all-star period Dharma Production film. The songs, the trailer, and the cast raised the bar for this film, which is why almost every Bollywood fan out there was expecting the film to be outstanding.

Yesterday, the film opened to audiences and the reactions were definitely not what anyone expected.


People just did not enjoy the film.


The film had the biggest openings of 2019, so far, but that doesn’t change the fact that audiences did not enjoy it.


At some point, as the internet always does, people started making memes to cope with the disappointment and they’re funny as heck.

The movie was clearly a sore point. 


Some were imagining how the ‘industry’ would react to this news. 


Apparently, story tou thi hi nahin film mein. 


Songs from the movie were being used against it!


It hurt everywhere!


Mujhe ghar jaana hai”.


People felt very barbaad. 


Walking in, some knew it was going to be bad, but didn’t know it was going to so bad so fast. 


Savagery tou aasmano tak pohanch gaya tha!


These people have seriously got no chill.


Only some people were happy…


‘Zero’ was beginning to look like a good film, in comparison.


The ‘Game of Thrones’ crossover memes were pretty hilarious.


Apparently the film’s bullfight scene was just freaking hilarious. 


We’ll probably never get to see the film in our cinemas, but in a way it’s good- we all didn’t have to waste 3 hours of our lives.

Alia Bhatt Said Kashaf Was Her Inspiration For ‘Kalank’ And Sanam Saeed’s Like ‘Hayeeeee’

Sanjay Dutt Just Admitted That He Did “Kalank” Because Of Pakistan

 Cover Photo Courtesy: Dharma Productions 

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