Kangana Ranaut’s ‘Dhaakad’ witnessed a slow start at the box office

Dhaakad' witnessed a slow start at the box office

“Dhaakad” is directed and produced by Razneesh Ghai. Arjun Rampal and Divya Dutta are also elements of the movie. The film failed to make a decent debut at the Box Office.

The action-packed film of Kangana Ranaut “Dhaakad,” debuted in theaters this Saturday (May 21) and had an uninspiring opening on the ticket sales. The film was released on two hundred and twenty-eight screens throughout the country. The film hasn’t been able to get praise from critics as well as the viewers.

Based on the report of the trade expert Ramesh Bala, “Dhaakad” earned Rs 50 lakh on its first day of operation.

“#Dhaakad early estimates for All-India Day 1 is Rs 50 Lakhs Nett,” Bala tweeted.

However the film ‘Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2’ which came out at the exact same time as Dhaakad has earned over Rs 14 crore from its opening day.

“#BhoolBhulaiyaa2 brings JOY, gives HOPE, boosts MORALE, revives BIZ… Silences NAYSAYERS, who wrote obituaries of #Bollywood after a string of flops… FANTASTIC Day 1, despite *low ticket pricing *… Emerges #KartikAaryan’s BIGGEST OPENER… Fri Rs 14.11 cr. #India biz,” trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted.

This Is What Kangana Ranaut Said About Hollywood’s Influence On Other Industries

“Dhaakad” is directed and produced by Razneesh Ghai. Arjun Rampal as well as Divya Dutta also are in production.

Kangana Ranaut shared her thoughts about Hollywood films during the press conference held for Thalaivii. She believes that Hollywood films must be avoided as they can aid in the development of an  Atmanirbhar Bharat.’

“Hollywood has devastated other businesses by creating a global monopoly,” the actress stated in a powerful speech. “They’ve become the dominant force on our television sets. We’d prefer a dubbed version of The Lion King or The Jungle Book rather than an undubbed Malayalam film.”

“We need to love our own films first, be it Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, or Punjabi,” the actress noted and urged viewers to see many more Indian films. It is important to prioritize our citizens and industries while avoiding Hollywood films. This is the way an Atmanirbhar Bharat is created.”

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