Vidya Balan’s Tumhari Sulu, Gal Gadot’s Justice League and Gautam Rode’s Aksar 2 register a sub par start at the box office on day one!
Vidya Balan‘s Tumhari Sulu, Gal Gadot’s Justice League and Gautam Rode’s Aksar 2have hit the screens today (November 17), but looks like neither of the film could register a fantastic opening at the domestic box office. All three films have recorded a poor start, managing an average opening occupancy below 20 per cent in the pan-India market. As trade expert, Akshaye Rathi (exhibitor and distributor), reveals to us exclusively, “Tumhari Sulu, Aksar 2 and Justice League have registered mediocre starts at the box office. All three recorded sub 20 per cent occupancies across India in the morning shows on day one, which is strictly average at the best.”
With such a mediocre start, don’t expect any of these three movies to rake in huge numbers at the box office on the first day. According to Akshaye’s predictions, “Tumhari Sulu, Justice League and Aksar 2 will rake in Rs 2 – 3 crore each on day one.” However, with a fantastic buzz and incredible reactions towards Tumhari Sulu, we are sure the film will see a fantastic growth over the weekend. Akshaye also agrees as he mentions, “Tumhari Sulu has got fabulous reviews from the critics as well as the audience. So, I am sure it will grow on day two and day three to end the first weekend on a high. It appeals to the audiences in the metros and the single screen audience too, so it should perform very well at the box office. Justice League, on the other hand, appeals only to a selected multiplex and metro audience and hence, it will perform decently. However, Aksar 2 will have a limited run as it appeals only to the Tier II and Tier III centres.”
But, with the regional versions (Hindi, Tamil, Telugu) of Justice League being postponed due to the Central Board of Film Certification, we are sure that the film’s collections will be further impacted. Anyway, stay tuned to BollywoodLife as we get you all the dope and updates about all three releases right here.