Kangana Renaut’s Dhaakad is a disastrous flop at the box office, the movie failed miserably to retain its position in theatres as it flunked to impress the audience. Dhaakad was released on May 27 with Kartik Aryan’s Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 and ever since its release the movie has not been able to catch viewers’ attention.
Dhaakad Box office Collection Day 8
On its box office collection day 8, Dhaakad only managed to sell 20 tickets with a collection of ₹4,000 only. This action movie also starring, “Arjun Rampal and Divya Dutta”, opened with a first-day collection figure of ₹50 lakh, and so far it has only garnered ₹3 Cr.
Indian Box Office’s official Twitter handle posted the figures and said, “#Dhaakad today collects 4 thousand by selling 20 tickets across India. Meanwhile, India’s No.1 female star #AliaBhatt’s #GangubaiKathiawadi collected 5.01 cr net on second Friday.”
After the poor performance, the movie is facing raging anger from distributors, some have either reduced the screen timings or have discontinued the screening by claiming, “extremely low audience turnout”. Maximum shows were switched by Kartik Aryan’s horror-comedy Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 which has caught a lot of attention from the audience and is going houseful. Plus, with the release of such entertainers which comprises Ayushman Khurana’s ‘Anek ‘and Tom Cruise’s ‘Top Gun Maverick’, Dhaakad is having a hard time surviving.
Dhaakhad Discontinued In Mumbai Theatres
Kangana’s movie has seen the exit door by the Mumbai theatres within one week of its release, as it miserably failed to entertain, as per media reports. The movie had a disastrous opening and garnered many negative reviews.
The most disappointing news is that on the film ticket booking app ‘BookMyShow’ for Dhaakad there are ‘No Watch Options’.
As a source tells Bollywood Hungama, “Dhaakad was released on May 20 with around 2100 screens. By Sunday, May 22, around 300 screens (have) discontinued (the film), especially the single screens. The screen count was reduced even more from Monday onwards. By Thursday, it was out of many cinemas as Tom Cruise-starrer Top Gun: Maverick had an early release on May 26.”
Further info said, “In Week 2, Dhaakad is playing in only 25 cinemas in India. In other words, it has been removed from nearly 98.80% of theatres that were playing the film in Week 1. Delhi is the biggest city that is still playing Dhaakad, in four theatres. In Mumbai, it’s not playing in a single cinema hall.”