Ganapath Box Office: The action thriller Ganapath, starring Tiger Shroff and Kriti Sanon, is giving Bollywood another restless night. Aside from a few movies, including those starring Shah Rukh Khan and Sunny Deol, the situation is bleak this year as well. Tiger Shroff would want to forget this movie as a nightmare in the future, but Ganpat has made such a mark. Ganpat has evolved into his career’s poorest opening feature. Additionally, the Saturday box office for a star-studded movie generally rises by five to ten percent from the Friday opening, but Ganpat’s revenues were significantly lower.
The picture is clear
In reality, the film industry already knew what Ganpat’s future held after observing the picture’s advance booking. Only 8200 tickets had been reserved as of Thursday night for the first day. The opening for this movie, which had the poorest start in Tiger Shroff’s career, was barely Rs 2.50 crore. The second day’s revenue was in the range of Rs 2 to 2.25 crores. Its weekend revenue is anticipated to reach about seven crores by Sunday night. In contrast, the World Cup Cricket match between India and New Zealand is still in progress. The film’s budget is believed to range between Rs 250 and Rs 200 crores. It can be understood how badly the film has failed.
The series continues
Kriti Sanon’s eighth straight box office disaster, this movie has also been terrible news for her career. With the release of the same movie, Heropanti, Tiger and Kriti made their Bollywood debuts. The public, however, has lost interest in both following the initial draw. The choice of movies from both parties is the cause of this. Additionally, this is the second major flop in a row for the producer Vashu Bhagwani. His most recent film, Mission Raniganj, which starred Akshay Kumar, likewise performed poorly.
In terms of Tiger Shroff, the movie War (53.35 crores) starring Hrithik Roshan had the greatest opening of his career. This was nearly two times his Baaghi 2 (25.10 crores) earnings. The movies with opening weekends over 10 crores include Tiger’s Baaghi 3 (17 crores), Student of the Year 2 (12.06 crores), and Baaghi (11.94 crores). A Flying Jatt (7.10 crores), Munna Michael (6.65 crores), Heropanti (6.63 crores), and Heropanti 2 (6.50 crores) all failed to gross more than 10 crores in their initial weekends. Tiger will be troubled by Ganpat’s (2.50 crores) situation.