The biographical film Rocketry: The Nambi Effect was opened with rave reviews from the critics, it marks the directorial debut of actor R. Madhavan.
The film is based on former ISRO scientist, Nambi Narayan who was charged with espionage in the 1990s and later was acquitted of all charges by the supreme court, in a case he was never guilty of.
In our opinion, the film is worth all your money and time as it is based on the real-life story of the rocket scientist and Padma Shree awardee Nambi Narayan.
Will Rocketry Biz grow like TKF at BO?
The film has been receiving rave reviews from the critics and whoever watched the flick, it is also being said that the film may grow like The Kashmir Files, the small film which went on to become the all-time blockbuster by churning out over Rs 250 Crs and is the highest grosser Bollywood film of 2022, so far.
Vivek Agnihotri’s TKF also saw a low opening of Rs 3.55 Cr but due to word of mouth, the business of the film grew leaps and bounds over the next few days. It is based on the killings and the plight of Kashmiri Hindus/Pandits in the valley in the 1990s.
Rocketry Box Office Collection Day 2
Earlier Ramesh Bala had informed via a tweet that the advance bookings are good for the opening weekend and will see growth in the collections during the same.
Unfortunately, Rocketry collect just 1.30 cr in its 2nd-day box office & now Rocketry’s total box office collection of 2 days is 1.90 which is very low as expected.
Rocketry is a biographical film based on the life of ISRO’s former scientist Nambi Narayanan, it is filmed in three languages English, Hindi, and Tamil, and released in multiple languages pan India.