Thailavii Day 1 Box Office Pickup: Kangana Ranaut’s Film Opens at 1.25 Cr despite Call to Boycott Hollywood | Bollywood
Kangana Ranaut’s latest film Thalaivii opened with a disappointing ??Collection of 1.25 crore. The film, directed by AL Vijay, is based on the life of the late Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, J Jayalalithaa.
According to Box Office India, Thalaivii has assembled a collection of ??1.25 crore. The film performed better in the markets of South India than on the Hindi circuits.
The film garnered an estimate of ??20 to 25 lakhs in Hindi centers, with the highest contribution coming from Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat. Thalaivii performed best in Tamil Nadu, with a box office collection of ??80 lakh.
Thalaivii, as recently released Shang-Chi and the Ten Rings, Fast & Furious 9, Chehre and BellBottom, has not been released in Maharashtra because the state government has yet to reopen theaters since the second. wave of Covid-19.
BellBottom, led by Akshay Kumar, became the first major Bollywood film to release since theaters opened. The collected film ??2.5 to 2.75 crore, according to Box Office India. While Fast & Furious 9 has opened up to ??Collection of 1.75 crore. Business analyst Taran Adarsh revealed Marvel’s Shang-Chi was hit ??3.25 crore on the first day.
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Although Hollywood films have performed well in India, Kangana said it is time to discourage American and English films in India. “We must discourage American and English films because they invade our screens. We must behave as one nation. We must stop dividing ourselves like North India or South India. We must first enjoy our own films, whether they are Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu or Punjabi, ”Kangana said at a recent press conference, as reported by PTI.
Adding that Hollywood has destroyed French, Italian, German and other industries with its global monopoly, Kangana said: “This is what they are doing here too … We don’t like each other, and instead see the dubbed versions. of ‘Lion King’ or ‘Jungle Book’. But we won’t give a dubbed version of a Malayalam film a chance. It won’t work in our favor. We have to keep our people and our industry our priority. how to do Atmanirbhar Bharat.