Thugs of Hindostan crashes on first weekday
The lifetime business of Aamir Khan’s in Thugs of Hindostan movie, touted to be YRF’s biggest project till date, is estimated to be Rs 150 crore.
Thugs of Hindostan: YRF (Yash Raj Films’) action adventure Thugs of Hindostan movie crashed out on the first weekday post the festive Diwali weekend, making Rs 5 crore on Monday, then drop day by day.
The Aamir Khan-Amitabh Bachchan film (Thugs of Hindostan) it's one of the greatest project of YRF's till date opened to a record-breaking Rs 50 crore last Thursday however saw a descending turn. The lifetime business of the Vijay Krishna Acharya coordinated film is assessed to be Rs 150 crore. Unexpectedly, lead performing artist Aamir Khan has been the originator of the Rs 100 crore, Rs 200 crore and Rs 300 crore clubs in Bollywood with his movies Ghajini, PK and Dangal individually.
Undoubtedly, Bollywood's expectations of bubbly ends of the week bringing much cheer aren't playing out too well this year. Aside from Thugs of Hindostan, the other huge film industry dissatisfaction was Salman Khan's Race 3, an Eid discharge that made Rs 166 crore following an opening few days of more than Rs 100 crore.
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