Second-day Shamshera box office: The Ranbir Kapoor picture failed to show any improvement in ticket sales on its second day, fueling fears it will soon fade away.
Ranbir Kapoor’s Shamshera isn’t doing well. On the first day, the Yash Raj Films production brought in only 10.25 crore.
There hasn’t been an increase in second-day sales, which may put a damper on production. If it doesn’t do well on Sunday,
Trade professionals predict that the movie will be a flop. Shamshera’s debut at the box office was ‘awful,’ according to critics.
Shamshera, a 19th-century Indian drama, features Ranbir Kapoor as a double character. For a Hindi film released after the pandemic,
This was the most cinemas in India that he’d had in four years. Even with all the excitement, Shamshera didn’t quite meet my expectations.
On Saturday, the film earned somewhere between 10 and 10 and a half crore rupees, which is a drop from its opening day total of 12 crore rupees.
‘Paltry’ two-day totals of just over 20 crore were slammed by the newspaper, which predicted that “it will need 60-70 percent growth on Sunday to stand a chance following the weekend.”
Even if a film is well-known, its audience is unlikely to grow beyond its initial audience. In recent years, only The Kashmir Files has achieved these heights,
Thanks largely to positive word-of-mouth and critical acclaim. Shamshera, on the other hand, does not possess these advantages.
Alia Bhatt-starrer Gangubai Kathiawadi opened to a healthy 24 crore in its first two days of release and continued to grow.