The Flop Film For Which Akshay Kumar Had Taken A Fee Of Rs 100 Crore, ’12th Fail’ Made Him Fail Too

The Flop Film For Which Akshay Kumar Had Taken A Fee Of Rs 100 Crore, ’12th Fail’ Made Him Fail Too

The worldwide gross box office reached Rs 45 crore – a remarkable feat for the first non-star cast success after the pandemic. “12th Fail”, directed by Vidhu Vinod Chopra, is still maintaining its hold at the box office and this is because the film has collected a collection of more than Rs 40 crore in India alone. Let us tell you that this is a film made on a low budget and in this respect, the collection of the film is really a big achievement.

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Vikrant Massey and Medha Shankar starrer film has won the hearts of people across the country. This film has made a net collection of Rs 35.65 crore within just three weeks of its release. The film’s intriguing story and stellar performances have strongly impressed audiences, cementing its position as a must-watch cinematic experience. Here let us tell you that “12th Fail” is the first non-star cast film after the pandemic which has emerged as a big success overcoming all the difficulties. Its global appeal is clearly visible from the worldwide gross box office collection which is Rs 45 crores.

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The special thing is that “12th Fail” has also left behind Akshay Kumar’s recently released film Mission Raniganj in terms of earnings. His film had earned Rs 30 to 35 crores and if media reports are to be believed, Akshay Kumar had taken a fee of more than Rs 100 crores for the film Mission Raniganj. Apart from this, “12th Fail” has also left Kangana Ranaut’s Tejas, Ganpat, Leo, and Tiger Nageswara Rao behind in terms of earnings.

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