Bollywood’s Mr. Perfectionist Aamir Khan is making a comeback on the big screen after almost four years with “Lal Singh Chadha”. The actor was last seen in Thugs of Hindostan (2018), a hit at the box office.
His latest release looks set to meet the same fate as Lal Singh Chadha who has been making headlines for promotional events or controversies over the past few weeks. The film was released in theaters during the Raksha Bandhan festival and according to reports, the opening numbers are below par.
|Movie Name||Laal Singh Chaddha|
|Release Date||11 August 2022|
|Budget||180 Cr. INR|
|1st Day Collection||12 Cr. *unofficial|
|Hit or Flop|
Lal Singh Chaddha Collection Overview
Lal Singh Chaddha 1st day collection worldwide:
The progress was not at par with the expectations, it was earlier said that it might witness record-breaking progress and become an even more top-grossing business at the box office this year. However, Aamir’s starrer seems to have met the same fate as Prithviraj and Shamshera on day one, according to initial reports.
Lal Singh Chaddha 1st day collection in India:
It did not benefit from a holiday release and saw a collection of Rs 1.8 crore on the first day, at its cash register. In the pre-pandemic days, we expected to open more than Rs 20 crore but now the situation is different.
LalSinghh Chaddha 1st day collection Review:
Reports added that most of the film’s business came from metros and the collection from the mass belt was very poor. Makers fail to cash in on holiday release opportunity, opening numbers below Bachchan Pandey and other event films ’83.
The film’s advance booking report was not what was expected from the flick, it opened well on Friday and maintained momentum till Sunday but was unable to push as it should have been closer to the release date.
According to Bollywood Hungama, as of Wednesday morning, LSC managed to sell around 57,000 tickets including 30,000 across three national chains, about 50% less than advance Karthik’s Bhool Bhulaya 2 which sold 1.05 lakh tickets on the same property on its first day. Progress in Tamil and Telugu is minimal.