It’s raining disasters in Bollywood, after Shamshera and Samrat Prithviraj, now the biggie Laal Singh Chaddha emerges as the box office disaster of epic proportions.
The film was riding on a huge budget and was expected to revive the industry but looks like, it will be pulled from the theatres during the weekdays of its second week itself, facing huge losses.
It saw a drastic drop in its collections on Monday, as per the trade reports, around 70% of shows were canceled of LSC on Tuesday owing to zilch occupancy. Following this, it is also being said that the film will be pulled from many theatres after one week.
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Struggles to cross day 1 of TOH
It has been one week since LSC arrived in the cinemas, but the film is struggling to cross the day 1 collection of Aamir starrer 2018 film Thugs of Hindostan which had collected Rs 52.25 crores on its first day itself. Conversely, to everyone’s surprise, Aamir’s latest release LSC is yet to cross the 50 crores.
Box Office Collection Day 7
The total domestic collections of Aamir starrer stands at Rs 47.83 crores, going by the trade reports, it collects around Rs 1.5-2 Cr on Wednesday (Day 7). It was opened with below-par collections on Thursday and saw drastic collections coming in on the first weekend. Despite holiday filled extended 5 day weekend, it manages to rake in only Rs 45.83 crores.
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To wrap up under 70 Cr lifetime
An Aamir Khan starrer is expected to rake in 100 crores in the first 3 day theatrical run, here, even after 1 week it becomes hard for the flick to cross even a 50 crore feat. Going by this, it will see its lifetime to finish with 65-70 Cr range, domestically.
The film is performing very well in the overseas market, the worldwide gross collection of Laal Singh Chaddha stands at Rs 86.57 Cr in 5 days which consists of Rs 54.56 Cr gross in India and Rs 32.01 Cr gross overseas.