Action Jackson flops at box office, mints only Rs 28 cr in opening weekend

Ajay Devgn-starrer Action Jackson has collected Rs.28 crore in three days in India, but its sustainability is doubtful, says a trade analyst.

hidden December 08, 2014 16:29:00 IST
Action Jackson flops at box office, mints only Rs 28 cr in opening weekend

New Delhi: Ajay Devgn-starrer Action Jackson has collected Rs.28 crore in three days in India, but its sustainability is doubtful, says a trade analyst.

Made on a budget of about Rs.75 crore, Prabhudheva’s latest directorial had minted around Rs.19 crore in its first two days when it released 5 Dec.

Action Jackson flops at box office mints only Rs 28 cr in opening weekend

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“Considering the budget, the movie should’ve got a jump of minimum Rs.15 crore or Rs.20 crore, but that didn’t happen. It earned only Rs.28 crore in three days. It might not sustain for long,” Rajesh Thadani of Multimedia Combines told IANS.

Trade analyst Komal Nahta had earlier described the actioner, which also stars Sonkashi Sinha, as “too routine and hackneyed”.

“Sulemani Keeda", an independent comedy which also released along with “Action Jackson”, couldn’t do good business at the box office.

“Its figures are negligible,” said Thadani.

IANS

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