Sidharth Malhotra-Ajay Devgn starrer “Thank God” failed to pull the crowds to the cinemas. The film which is a fantasy comedy is not doing well even in comedy-friendly markets like Gujarat and Rajasthan among others.
It was out in theatres on Oct 25 during Diwali festivities alongside Ram Setu. The latter is doing decent business at the box office as compared to Thank God and has crossed the 30 crore mark on its third day.
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Box Office Collection Day 3
As per the early trade predictions, Thank God draws in 3.5-4 Cr to take the total three days of domestic collections in the vicinity of 18 crores. To reach near the 50 crore mark, Sidharth starrer needs to show stability on Fri and then an over 20% jump over Sat and Sun.
As per the economic times, the budget of the movie is 50 crores, thereby Thank God will have to churn out 75 crores+ nett, in the long run, to become a profitable venture for its investors.
Advance Bookings Report Day 3
Thank God was expected to open with a 12-13 crore start and despite the Diwali festivities, the movie performed below par expectations on its very first day and didn’t even touch the double-digit mark. It dropped by over 25% on the second day. Talking about the advance bookings, it minted 55.71L from the advance ticket sales for day 3.
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All About Thank God
Thank God locked horns with Akshay Kumar’s Ram Setu, the latter is faring well than the former at the BO. The big Diwali clash is in favor of neither the releases as the collections of both the big star featured are on the lower side. The response from the audience is mixed, the performance on Thu and Fri will decide the fate of both the Diwali releases.
Bollywood is struggling to see success at the box office, barring two releases The Kashmir Files and Bhool Bhulaiyaa2 no movie emerged as an out-and-out blockbuster at the box office, this year.
Brahmastra did perform well but again the collections of this big budget were decent. And given the post-pandemic factors, it is considered a hit lest it hasn’t reaped profits for the distributors if the Return on Investment from the theatrical run of the flick is concerned.