Box Office Update Laal Singh Chaddha Beats Akshay Kumar’s Raksha Bandhan Ahead | Box office updates: Laal Singh Chaddha beats Akshay Kumar in advance
Advance Earning of Lal Singh Chaddha – 8 Crore
Lal Singh Chaddha left Akshay Kumar’s Rakshabandhan on early booking. If reports are to be believed, Lal Singh Chaddha earned around 8 crores in advance. While so far only two days have been open for advance booking.
raksha bandhan gains
On the other hand, despite Akshay Kumar’s tremendous promotion, Raksha Bandhan was only able to earn around 3 crores in advance. It remains to be seen whether Akshay Kumar’s film can stand firm in front of Aamir Khan’s film or not.
Ek Villain’s returns benefited
Either the movie Raksha Bandhan and Laal Singh Chaddha could have been released on Friday August 5 which remained empty. But it benefited Mohit Suri’s movie Ek Villain Returns. Starring John Abraham, Arjun Kapoor, Disha Patani, and Tara Sutaria, this movie slowly earned 37 crores despite poor reviews.
Aamir Khan said at the North Vs South box office
Putting some examples in front of Aamir Khan, Karan Johar said that the kind of Southern movies that Hindi audiences are loving right now are almost the same in their structure. Larger than life movies, be it Pushpa or KGF 2. Interestingly, until a few years ago Bollywood was making similar movies, but we ourselves avoided those movies. And most of the credit goes to Aamir Khan because in 2001 there were two movies – Dil Chahta Hai and Lagaan. These two films were completely different from the Hindi films of the time. This was followed by Rang De Basanti in 2006 and Taare Zameen Par a few years later.
Aamir said box office rules
Karan Johar said: Aamir, you are the person who turned the public towards another type of cinema. In response to this, Aamir clarified that this is not the case at all, all of these films are absolutely grounded. These films that the public wanted to see but did not reach them. Dangal was also a special but completely grounded type of film. The mistake happened when we started making connections and making movies for a limited audience and leaving the rest of the masses. I think we missed it there.