Bhaiaji Superhit amasses Rs 6 cr after week 1; Thugs of Hindostan earns Rs 145 cr at box office
The low collections of Bhaiaji Superhit could be attributed to its business being curtailed with the release of Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar's mammoth film, 2.0
Bhaiaji Superhit, the Sunny Deol and Preity Zinta-starrer which opened in the theatres on 23 November, has been able to amass Rs 6 crore (approximately) at the box office, reports Bollywood Hungama. The low collections could be attributed to its business being curtailed with the release of Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar's VFX spectacle 2.0 on Thursday, 29 November. Bhaiaji Superhittt has scored slightly better as compared to other films of Deol— Mohalla Assi, which hit the screens after numerous delays on 16 November and I Love NY.
On the other hand, Aamir Khan, Amitabh Bachchan, Katrina Kaif and Sana Fatima Sheikh-starrer magnum opus Thugs of Hindostan failed to continue the momentum that it had shown on its opening day. The film earned over Rs 50 crore on its first day and now stands at Rs 145 crores (approximately) (which is also its lifetime collection since the film is no more running in the theatres, as per the report).
Amit Sharma's Badhaai Ho, a hilarious tale about a family coming to terms with an untimely pregnancy, has in turn benefited from the low footfalls of Thugs of Hindostan. The Ayushmann Khurrana-Neena Gupta film has earned Rs 130 (approximately) crores in its 7-week-run and is expected to reach the Rs 135 crore mark. The film, Bollywood Hungama writes, has also gained three more weeks of running time.
Find latest and upcoming tech gadgets online on Tech2 Gadgets. Get technology news, gadgets reviews & ratings. Popular gadgets including laptop, tablet and mobile specifications, features, prices, comparison.
Without the specter of a liberal court to motivate conservative voters anymore, they may find themselves without the issue that played a crucial role in Trump’s unexpected victory four years ago and has fortified his political base throughout a tumultuous first term
The timing of the attacks so close to the election and the potential for disruption set off concern inside private security firms, law enforcement and intelligence agencies
Since taking the oath of office in 2016, US president Donald Trump has faced the same hard truth that each of his White House predecessors learned: Governing is rarely easy