Liger, in the Hindi belt, has performed higher than Pushpa despite the negative reviews from critics and audiences. Vijay Deverakonda’s debut film, Liger, has made an opening between ₹4 Cr to ₹4.70 Cr along with the ₹1.30 Cr which comes from the paid reviews, on Thursday. After completing the calculations we get the opening day collection of the Liger at around ₹5.50 Cr. After this figure, we can say it’s a decent start for a movie that has a debutant.
Liger Having Great Start Than Pushpa In Hindi Belt
“A Thursday release might have made the film a little more critics-proof with an opening day of approx. Rs. 7 crores. The mass belts have come on board in a big way, on par with the July release, Ek Villain Returns, and this is a positive sign. Liger opening day yet again proves the power of mass cinema and a well-made film in this space can do wonders at the box office,” as mentioned by Bollywood Hungama.
All eyes are now on the weekends, how the movie is going to perform despite all the talks being negative. And for now, it’s all about seeing Vijay on the big screen action. The outcome could surprise us all as these times are literally unexpected. However, Friday can be expected to be the best collection day for the movie, so, let’s wait and see what happens to Liger at the end of the week. “. A Rs. 35 crores plus lifetime total will be a respectable number for Liger.”
“Speaking of openings, Liger has opened better than Allu Arjun’s Pushpa: The Rise in the Hindi belts. It’s the second-best opener to date for a Telugu-based debutant in the Hindi market after RRR for Jr. NTR. It has opened approx. 1 crore more than the Allu Arjun film, which suggests that there was an interest in the audience to see Vijay Deverakonda. The run from here will be all content”.
Vijay Deverakonda’s Film Crashes In Telugu Box Office
Much hyped Telugu film of the debutant Vijay Deverakonda, Liger, released on Thursday with a decent start of South India gross collection of around ₹17 Cr. However, despite a good start, “the talk was outright negative among the audience and critics. The film has seen one of the biggest crashes of all time in the South Indian market. According to our tracking, Liger has collected in the range of Rs. 4.10 to 4.40 crores on its second day to take the total collection to Rs. 21 crores plus”, mentioned by Bollywood Hungama.