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Kangana’s film Tejas on the verge of flop: 12th failure got the benefit of word of mouth, film Leo continues to earn well on the 10th day


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There has been no growth in the earnings of the film Tejas even on the second day. Kangana Ranaut’s film has earned Rs 1.25 crore on the second day as well. On the other hand, growth has been seen in the collection of the film 12th Fail. Last Saturday the film collected Rs 2.5 crore.

If we talk about Vijay Thalapit’s film Leo, the film is performing well in Tamil Nadu. The film has collected Rs 14.45 crore worldwide on its 10th release.

Kangana’s film did not live up to expectations
There has been no increase in the collection of the film Tejas even on the second day. The theater recorded 7.58% Hindi occupancy on Saturday. Which was less than the first day. On the first day, the film recorded 9.09% Hindi occupancy and 6.5% Kannada occupancy in the theatre.

Kangana requested fans to watch the film
Last Saturday evening, Kangana shared a video on her social media handle. Through which he had requested the fans to go to watch the film Tejas in the theatre. He has said – Those who have seen the film Tejas on the first day of its release are praising the film a lot. Our cinema industry has not been able to recover since Covid. For this reason, it is requested that all of you must go to watch Tejas in the theatre. Like the films Uri and Mary Kom, you will also like this film.

Vikrant Massey’s film got the benefit of word of mouth
Vidhu Vinod Chopra’s latest film 12th Fail is performing tremendously at the box office. The film has crossed the Rs 3 crore mark with second day’s earning of Rs 2.50 crore. Now the total earning of the film is Rs 3.60 crore.

There has been a tremendous increase of 134% in the box office collection of Vikrant Massey’s film. With this surge, it is being estimated that the film will perform well in the coming days due to word of mouth.

On the first day, the film was released on 600 screens with 2300 shows. However, due to excellent performance and word of mouth, the screens have increased on the second day.

Thalapathi’s Leo continues to earn bumper earnings
Thalapathy Vijay’s film Leo is earning well even on the 10th day of its release. The film’s collection on the 10th day was Rs 14.45 crore. In this way, the film has so far collected Rs 502.95 crore worldwide. It has earned Rs 332.5 crore at the Indian net box office.

In this film released on October 19, Vijay has played the character of a man named Parthi.  Sanjay Dutt is seen in the role of dreaded gangster Antony Das.

In this film released on October 19, Vijay has played the character of a man named Parthi. Sanjay Dutt is seen in the role of dreaded gangster Antony Das.

Leo collected Rs 145 crore on the opening day. With this, the film has become the highest grossing film on the first day in Kollywood cinema history.



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