Thugs of Hindostan released on Thursday as a special Diwali release. Subsequent the suit from the last year, Aamir Khan presents his worth watching film this Diwali. However, it wasn’t acknowledged well by his loyal fans. In the box office. Unlike Secret Superstar, Thugs of Hindostan opened to many deleterious reviews with most of the critics concluding the film a below-average Bollywood film. Some people are criticizing the VFX of the film even though is consumes a budget of around Rs 300 crores.
Uppermost opening Bollywood film
Thugs of Hindostan crushed all the records at the box office, becoming the uppermost opening Bollywood film ever. On its day 1, this Aamir Khan film collected in Rs 52.25 crores in box office collection, becoming the leading opener of the year, overthrowing Ranbir Kapoor’s Sanju.
The upright times have just started rolling for Aamir Khan, Amitabh Bachchan and Katrina Kaif! The trio gathered in the moolah on day 1 in India. It was clocked at an unbelievable Rs 52.25 crore, thereby marking a new Bollywood and pan-India record. Thugs of Hindostan collection has flattened every record. It provides the crown of King Khan to Aamir.
Thugs of Hindostan assemblage on day two abroad, according to reports of BollywoodHungama was Rs 46.59 lakh at the Australian box office and Rs 27.75 lakh at the New Zealand box office. Aamir Khan’s former release, Dangal, presently holding the record for the highest-grossing Indian film ever, the risks were high for Thugs Of Hindostan. However, the film had a mammoth opening at the box office, grossing 52 crores, including the Tamil and Telugu-dubbed versions. The Hindi version alone has completed 50.75 crores.
The celebration continues for Thugs of Hindostan
On its second day also, Thugs of Hindostan sustained its outstanding run, despite being universally panned by critics. According to early approximations, the action-adventure film is a big booster. You can see big names such as Amitabh Bachchan, Katrina Kaif and Aamir Khan in the movie. Thugs Of Hindostan released across a massive 7000 screens worldwide. Its ticket prices also saw a hike of at least ten per cent. Allegedly, the prices in multiplexes reached from Rs 400 to Rs 1,500. The normal price in single screens went up to Rs 200.