Pre-Eid gloom is common as theater occupancy continues to be significantly lower. As it stands, it’s very difficult to get an audience into the theater, and it’s even harder during Ramzan. Especially if the film caters to a mass audience, as it needs to reach a larger audience to get into theaters.
Unsurprisingly, very few films are released, and those in theaters are becoming increasingly difficult to capture the attention of audiences.This is often seen in the latest arrivals GumlaaWe were able to gauge that kind of reaction before the release itself so it’s not too surprising. There wasn’t much awareness among them, but it remained very banal at the weekend’s collection. On weekdays the numbers drop even further and the cinema closes after the first week itself.
as for Boller, it manages to hang there by bringing in Rs 12.25 crore* for the second weekend. Of course, Ajay Devgn should have made more money because he made a movie that fully caters to the masses with some Sitaari moments. However, once the Ramzan season begins, viewership drops significantly. Otherwise, for basic merit, the film was worth at least 1.5 crore. Thankfully, the collection increased significantly on Sunday, taking the overall figure to he Rs 7.25 billion*. This could lead to a theatrical run in the late 80’s and over Rs 900 crore.
*Estimate.Can’t wait to see the final numbers
Note: all collections by production and distribution
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