Rocketry Box Office Collection Day 4 : Fares low on first Monday

Rocketry box office collection day 4

The biographical film Rocketry: The Nambi Effect was opened with positive feedback from the critics, it was released in cinemas on Friday in all six languages Hindi, English, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Kannada.

The film saw a decent growth over the weekend due to word of mouth in the domestic collections, however, failed to charm the cinephiles in Hindi as was expected from Maddy’s flick.

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Rocketry Box Office Collection Day 4

Rocketry shows a very good jump on Saturday (Day 2) of 70%+ and a decent 35%+ jump on Sun (Day 3), however, this too is not good enough, as the collections are very low.

As per the early reports, Madhavan’s Rocketry earned below Rs 50 Lakhs in Hindi and Rs 1.30 Cr in India (including Hind) on Day 3. The film caters to a multiplex audience and seems like Jugjugg Jeeyo cause a dent in its collections as Varun’s film is churning out well in the multilexes.

It will be going to be very difficult for Maddy starrer from Thursday onwards as Chris Hemsworth’s much-awaited Thor: Love and Thunder is arriving at the theatres.

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Low Numbers on 1st Weekend

Earlier, it was expected that Rocketry will show a jump in collections like Vivek Agnihotri’s TKF, which had a low start but showed enormous growth over the next few days.

Now, it looks like Maddy’s film failed to live up to the Hindi audience’s expectations, as it saw only Rs 3.67 Cr coming in, on the first weekend in Hindi. Reportedly the domestic (India) collection of the opening weekend of Rocketry stands at Rs 8.40 Cr.

Also Read: Who is Nambi Narayanan? Rocketry the Nambi effect is his biopic

About the Film

Rocketry is a directorial debut of R. Madhavan, he also wrote and acted in the flick as well. The film was in development since 2012 and seems like the weight of over 9 yrs is not bearing fruit. It is based on the life of a former ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation) scientist who was accused of espionage in the 1990s later he was acquitted of all charges by the supreme court. It is filmed in three languages English, Hindi, and Tamil.

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