Kangana’s Tejas starts slowly at BO: Earning Rs 1.25 Crore On Opening Day, Vikrant Massey’s 12th Fails And Sajni Shinde Also Rejected By The Audience
Kangana Ranaut’s film Tejas has had a slow start at the box office. The film collected only Rs 1.25 crore on the opening day. This film was released when South films were performing well in theatres. This is the reason why the film lagged behind in the pace of earnings on the first day itself.
On the other hand, Vikrant Massey’s film 12th Fail also did not live up to the expectations. The film’s collection on the first day was Rs 1 crore. If we talk about the opening day collection of the viral video of the film Sajni Shinde, it has collected Rs 0.15 crore at the box office. Overall, all the Bollywood films released this Friday have made disappointing earnings.
Tejas surpasses only Kangana’s previous 2 films
Kangana’s previous films have also not done well at the box office. On the opening day, the 2022 release Dhaakad collected Rs 0.55 crore, and the 2021 Thalaivii collected Rs 0.32 crore.
However, the collection of films released after this crossed 1 crore. In the last 5 years, only the film Manikarnika had collected Rs 7.75 crore on its first day. The earnings of all the other films released during this period remained below Rs 5 crore.
The film 12th Fail can earn better money through word of mouth.
The film 12th Fail, made for Rs 25 crores, has been seen giving tough competition to Kangana’s film Tejas. According to reports, the film recorded 9.09% Hindi occupancy and 6.5% Kannada occupancy in theaters on Friday.
Last Friday evening, trade analyst Taran Adarsh shared the numbers of the national chains of the cinema, under which the film had earned Rs 75 lakh till 10 pm. However, the audience likes the film very much. It is expected that the film can gain momentum in earnings through word of mouth.
The viral video of the film Sajni Shinde has more chances of flopping.
The viral video of Radhika Madan, Nimrat Kaur, and Bhagyashree starrer film Sajni Shinde has flopped at the box office on the opening day. Experts say that the discussion about the film is very little. If word of mouth remains on a large scale, then only the film will make good collections in the coming days, otherwise, the film will flop at the box office.
If seen, this film has given a very poor performance as compared to Kangana’s Tejas and Vikrant Massey’s 12th Fail.