The newly released Laal Singh Chaddha collection is not going well according to the reports from Box Office Collection. The movie starring Aamir Khan didn’t go well even after the promotions and much more even in 2 days. As per the box office collection, the film collected nearly approx eight crores on Thursday. Even after the remake of Tom Hanks-starrer Forrest Gump, the movie didn’t get a much-expected result.
As per the two-day’s total collection, the movie Laal Singh Chaddha collected approx 20 crores as per domestic box office collection. The supporters said that the film will definitely earn more at the weekend and next week. The low record of the collection came somehow because of the newly released Akshay Kumar’s Raksha Bandhan.
The movie also has an interesting star cast too, but still, it didn’t manage to make it possible to earn as per the expectation. The movie’s total budget was 180 crore, and it didn’t earn well in 2 days. Is the movie flop? Ask many news channels and Bollywood fans. Even after the low collection, the filmmakers and producers are somehow happy because the film managed to collect 12 crores on the opening day of Laal Singh Chaddha.
Taran Adarsh is known as a film trade analyst, said, “#LaalSinghChaddha is shockingly low on Day 1… The dull start has added to the woes of an ailing industry… Better at premium multiplexes, but mass circuits are weak… Needs to score big numbers from Fri-Sun to salvage the situation… Thu ₹ 12 cr. #India biz. All versions.”
A complaint has also been filed by lawyer Vineet Jindal against Aamir Khan, Paramount Pictures and many more for “disrespecting the Indian Army and hurting Hindu sentiments ” in Laal Singh Chaddha to the Delhi Police commissioner. The complaint says that “In the movie, the makers have depicted that a mentally challenged person was allowed to join Army to fight in the Kargil War. It is a well-known fact that the best army personnel were sent to fight the Kargil war and rigorously trained army personnel fought the war but the movie makers intentionally depicted the said situation to demoralise and defame the Indian army”.