The 41-year-old director said he was always prepared for the face off with Sanjay Leela Bhansali's 'Bajirao Mastani'.

"Almost 40 percent of the theaters were not showing the film and we resumed on Sunday morning... It's all mathematics, how many theaters we are running in we will get the collections according to that," Rohit said.

The 'Chennai Express' helmer thinks bans are the outcome of "misunderstanding" and if dealt with patience things can be settled out easily.

"Bans do harm the business, but when you go and talk to the people opposing the film, it all gets sorted. I have come to the conclusion that all this happens due to misunderstanding. And the issue easily gets resolved if you go and talk to them nicely," he said.

'Dilwale', released last Friday, stars Varun Dhawan, Kriti Sanon, Johnny Lever, Varun Sharma among others in prominent roles.

The film has bagged thunderous response overseas and that has left Rohit surprised.

Bringing back the iconic pair of SRK-Kajol after five years can look like a tough task, but Rohit said it was a cake walk as the 'Fannah' actress gave quick nod to the film.

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