Cirkus Box Office Collection Day 6, In the last article we looked at the third day of the box office collection of Cirkus. Today we will take a look at the second day of the opening weekend. This is an exciting time for fans and filmmakers.
Cirkus’s opening weekend
Ranveer Singh’s film Cirkus has failed to impress audiences on its opening weekend, making it the third movie from the star to fail in the box office in less than two years. The festive season has been an absolute disaster for Hindi films, and it is not surprising to see the movie collecting an average box office collection at the first week of its release.
The movie had been expected to be a huge hit. However, it was unable to make the crowd laugh. Though it has a good cast and director, it was not able to get the audience’s attention. On top of that, it is one of the lowest-performing movies of the year.
Rohit Shetty, the director, is known for his action comedies. He directed the blockbuster Simmba, which was released four years ago. Now, he has made a comedy with Ranveer Singh in the form of Cirkus. This movie is based on William Shakespeare’s ‘Comedy of Errors’.
Cirkus is a period comedy. It has several comedians and other big names in the cast. But the trailer did not create much excitement in the audience. Also, the movie has a 138-minute runtime. There are brief appearances by Ajay Devgn and Sanjay Mishra.
Ranveer Singh plays two roles in the movie. The first is a sutradhar scientist who is always explaining the story to the audience. In the film, he is an instrument of a noble message.
Apart from the main cast, the film also features Jacqueline Fernandez, Siddhartha Jadhav, Deepika Padukone, Sanjay Mishra and Pooja Hegde. They all contribute to the film in various ways.
Despite its large and ensemble cast, the movie had a poor opening day. It was expected to perform well on the first day of its release, but it managed to collect just Rs 6.25 crore. That is a decent start, but it is nowhere near the highs of Bollywood.
After a dull start, the movie saw a gradual improvement in its second and third days. On the second day, it earned Rs 6.40 crore. And on the third day, the film collected another Rs 7.40 crore. By the end of the fourth day, the movie had earned Rs 2.40 crore. These are the only notable improvements the movie had in its first week.
The film has a few big-name stars, but they are not enough to save the film from its box office woes. Unfortunately, the movie has been priced at the level of a blockbuster. So, the movie will have to do a lot of work to get back on its feet.
Hopefully, the film will benefit from the Christmas and New Year holiday. It may be able to pick up momentum through the rest of its run, but the film will likely fall out of theatres soon.
Cirkus’s second day at the box office
The movie Cirkus, directed by Rohit Shetty, has been running for five days at the box office in India. It has received mixed reviews and the movie has been struggling to attract viewers.
While there has been some positive word of mouth about the film in the Indian media, audiences have also given the film a negative review. Some audience members have said that they were disappointed with the film and that it did not impress them. Others have even compared it to the film Satyameva Jayate 2.
Despite all the mixed reactions and criticism, the film did manage to make a decent first weekend. The movie collected Rs 6.25 crore on its opening day and Rs 6.50-7.25 crore on its second day. However, the movie did not show any sign of improvement on its third and fourth days. This has left the movie with just over one crore in its bank.
Though the movie has managed to earn quite a bit over its initial weekend, it has failed to gain much momentum over the following weeks. The film has made a meager Rs 28 crore in six days, which is quite an underwhelming number. On the positive side, the movie is being shown on over 3200 screens and has already earned a total of over 3 million dollars worldwide. But the movie is facing stiff competition from James Cameron’s Avatar: The Way Of Water and will have to perform well in the coming weeks if it is to survive in the Indian market.
Although the film has managed to make a decent amount on its first day, it failed to get good reviews on its second and third days. Many people have criticized the film’s content, and others have said that they were not impressed with its performance. In addition, the movie has been getting negative feedback from social media and word of mouth.
Cirkus is the latest offering from the Rohit Shetty and Ranveer Singh collaboration. The film features an ensemble cast including Varun Sharma, Siddhartha Jadhav, Mukesh Tiwary, Pooja Hegde, Johnny Lever and Jacqueline Fernandez. Previously, the pair has worked together on Dilwale and Simmba.
The movie has been shown on over 3200 screens in India. Although it has had a poor reception in some cities, the film is being received by audiences in Gujarat and Mumbai. One Bollywood Hungama report noted that the film was expected by fans and that the film has managed to gain 15% growth on its third day.
According to Sacnilk, the movie has collected around 1.80-2.10 crore on its sixth day in theatres. However, it has not been independently verified by Koimoi. Whether or not the movie will continue to earn on its seventh day will depend on its performance during the Christmas period.
Cirkus’s third day at the box office
Rohit Shetty has never had a bad run at the box office, and this was no different for his latest release Cirkus. But the movie’s box office collection hasn’t been a piece of cake. Despite the star cast that includes Jacqueline Fernandez, Ranveer Singh, Varun Sharma, Pooja Hegde and others, the film’s box office collection isn’t doing too well.
On a Friday, the movie opened to a moderately strong response. However, the movie was not able to capitalize on the Christmas holiday weekend. It earned a total of Rs 6.25 crore on its opening day. This was lower than the average for a Shetty film.
The movie also earned Rs 6.40 crore on its second day. The movie has been in theatres for around a week now, and the occupancy figures suggest that the movie has already filled up more than 3200 screens. If the movie performs similarly on the third day of its release, it could break the Rs 20 crore mark.
However, the biggest story about the film isn’t its box office performance. Instead, it’s the fact that it cost 150 crores to produce. That’s quite a lot of money, and it means the film’s financial performance will be muted. In addition to its low opening numbers, the movie’s footfalls looked lower than other movies in the genre.
Another interesting fact about the movie is that it’s been compared to Avatar: The Way of Water. Although it’s a big-budget movie, it’s still going to be tough competition. After all, it’s being released during the post-Christmas holiday season.
On its third day, the movie’s box office collection had a minor increase. According to some reports, the movie earned Rs 7.45 crore. Overall, the movie has managed to make a modest Rs 20.5 crore. Nevertheless, it has managed to rank as the most expensive Hindi movie of the year.
The movie’s first-weekend collection is also on par with other Rohit Shetty films like Simmba and Singham Returns. As such, it’s not going to be difficult for the film to top the Rs 21 crore mark. And it should easily reach the magic number of Rs 30 crore by the end of the year.
So, is the Cirkus movie a flop or a hit? The answer to that isn’t too clear yet. While it’s possible for the movie to be a blockbuster, it’s far more likely that it will be a flop. Ultimately, it’s going to be a mixed bag for the Rohit Shetty film.
The Cirkus movie is the most expensive film in Bollywood, but it’s not necessarily the best. There are other, much cheaper films in the same genre. One of them is Avatar: The Way of Water, which is also competing with Cirkus for box office gold.