Early indications suggest that Ram Setu, which stars Akshay Kumar, will have a good opening weekend with first-day sales between Rs 14.50 and Rs 16.50 crore. Walk-in audiences are driving ram Setu’s business as the movie had very few advance bookings. Throughout the epidemic, Akshay Kumar‘s movies have had very poor opening weekends, but thanks to walk-in customers, they have performed better overall. A close examination of the areas where the movie has performed well reveals that Khiladi’s audience in tier 2 and 3 centres is what is driving the business. This tendency typically occurs with performers who have a following in the mass belts.
Ram Setu Opening Day Box Office Collection:
The current trend indicates that the three national chains would record a combined first-day revenue of about Rs 7.00 crore, representing about 45% of total sales. Ram Setu still has a long road ahead of him, although the opening is better than the advances projected and considered a decent amount. To reach a hundred at the box office, this Abhishek Sharma-directed film must maintain its momentum throughout the holiday season. The early morning multiplex performances got off to a poor start, but the movie picked up steam starting at 10.30 am, with the most significant figures coming between 12 noon and 6.30 pm.
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Ram Setu has outperformed Shamshera, Vikram Vedha, Samrat Prithviraj, Laal Singh Chaddha, Bachchan Pandey, and Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2, taking the second-largest opening for an unadulterated Hindi film in 2022 behind Brahmastra. Additionally, it surpasses Akshay Kumar’s previous record-breaking opening for a film, Bachchan Pandey, which had a roughly Rs 12.25 crore opening. It’s interesting that none of the Khiladi films had promising box office results; instead, spot bookings from the audience in large crowds drove the business.
Given that there wasn’t much marketing for the movie before it came out, and there wasn’t even any music to increase awareness, the start may be seen as being on the brink of being good. Additionally, it roughly matches what Pinkvilla predicted in their pre-release study. However, a merely adequate to good start is insufficient because Ram Setu’s actual challenge won’t start until tomorrow. The hold tomorrow will give us a clue as to where it’s going, and a favourable conversation among the crowd will guarantee a healthy trend and carry the movie into the black. Keep checking Pinkvilla for updates.