Big Film Disappoints: Lackluster Response Raises Questions

Big, Disappoints, Film, Lackluster, Questions, Raises, Response

1. Kushi: Vijay Deverakonda and Samantha starrer creates buzz

The film “Kushi” starring Vijay Deverakonda and Samantha has generated high anticipation upon its release. The captivating songs have drawn the audience to theaters, resulting in impressive weekend box office collections.

  • The true strength of this film will be revealed through its weekday collections.
  • If it continues to perform well during the weekdays, it has the potential to become a successful venture.
  • So far, it is halfway through from breakeven at the box office.
  • The response to the film, despite its starcast, is not as big as expected.

2. Jailer: Rajnikanth’s film sets new records

“Jailer” has consistently attracted large audiences to theaters since its release, maintaining its popularity even into its fourth weekend. It holds the distinction of being the highest-grossing release across various Indian film industries, marking a significant milestone in Rajnikanth’s career.

  • Global box office collection exceeds 602 crore rupees.
  • Gross collection of over Rs 80 crore rupees in the Telugu states alone.

3. Gadar 2: Sunny Deol and Amisha Patel reunite

Sunny Deol and Amisha Patel join forces once more in “Gadar 2,” a film reminiscent of their collaboration nearly 25 years ago. The film’s impressive box office performance in both the Hindi circuit and southern multiplexes continues to captivate audiences.

  • The movie has crossed the Rs 650 crore mark and is still going strong at the box office.

4. Gudumba Shankar: Pawan Kalyan’s film makes a comeback

Pawan Kalyan’s 2004 film “Gudumba Shankar” was re-released on his birthday, attracting a dedicated crowd of fans to theaters. Despite being available on online platforms, the film managed to make notable collections at the box office.

5. Bedurulanka 2012: Surprising success in its second weekend

The film “Bedurulanka 2012” continues to shine even in its second weekend of release. Despite its modest budget and single-location setting, the film resonated with its target audience.

  • The comedy elements of the film were particularly well-received by viewers.
  • It outperformed many other recent small-budget films, although its theatrical run has started to slow down.

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