Akshay Kumar’s newest launch Raksha Bandhan has proven marginal improve on the field workplace. After incomes Rs 21.11 crores in its first three days, the Aanand L Rai directorial minted Rs 7.05 crore on Sunday, which is greater than eight p.c of its earlier day’s assortment. After the weekend assortment, the entire day 4 earnings sum as much as Rs 28.16 crore. Nevertheless, the quantity is dismissive even when in comparison with Akshay’s final two theatrical releases — Bachchan Paandey and Samrat Prithviraj. Each the movies are thought of field workplace duds.
On day 4, the historic saga Prithviraj had completed a enterprise of Rs 44.40 cr, whereas the Kriti Sanon drama Bachchan Panadey had Rs 38.25 crore to its credit score. Each these movies did a complete enterprise of Rs 68.05 crore and Rs 49.98 crore, respectively. With Raksha Bandhan tanking on the field workplace, it marks a 3rd consecutive flop for Akshay Kumar.
Raksha Bandhan, identical to its competitors — Aamir Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan’s Laal Singh Chaddha — has not discovered many takers. Made with a funds of near 100 crore, the Akshay Kumar movie had an underwhelming opening of Rs 8.20 crore, and since then has not proven any main progress. Commerce analysts recommend that with the type of numbers the movie is making, it is going to be laborious to even cross the Rs 50 crore mark in Indian market. In addition they imagine that the ‘boycott calls’ for these Bollywood movies has had an hostile have an effect on on the field workplace numbers of each the movies.
Raksha Bandhan, which addresses the problem of dowry in India, obtained combined critiques from film critics. Indian Specific’s Shubhra Gupta, in her overview of the movie, wrote, “I’m not sure what made me more uncomfortable — the mothballed plot detailing, the contrivances, the high-pitched melodrama which used to be part and parcel of movies we thought we had deep-sixed decades back; or the conviction that low-rent family dramas, with their uneasy mix of humour and crassness, hugely popular at one time, is the way out for a beleaguered Bollywood.”