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    Thailvi Box Office Collection: Hollywood’s boycotted Kangana Ranaut movie earned only so many crores on the first day!


    New Delhi. Kangana Ranaut’s latest film ‘Thalaivi’ did not do well at the box office on the first day of release. The film is based on the life of the late Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu J Jayalalithaa. The film disappointed everyone with its box office collection on the first day. According to Box Office India, ‘Thalaivi’ has collected Rs 1.25 crore across India. The film has performed better in some parts of South India than in the Hindi region.

    The film is estimated to have grossed Rs 20 lakh to Rs 25 lakh in the Hindi sector, with Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat contributing the most. The film ‘Thalaivi’ has done well in Tamil Nadu and has garnered over 8 million box offices. ‘Thalaivi’, such as the recently released films ‘Shang-Chi and Ten Rings’, ‘Fast and Furious 9’, ‘Chehre’ and ‘Bellbottom’ were not released in Maharashtra due to the second wave of Kovid-1 of. Then the cinema hall there was closed.

    Akshay Kumar’s film ‘Bellbottom’ is the first big Bollywood film to be released after opening its theaters. According to media reports, the film has collected Rs 2.5-2.75 crore. At the same time, ‘Fast and Furious 9’ has collected Rs 1.75 crore. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh ​​revealed that Marvel’s Shang-Chi earned Rs 25.25 crore on its first day.

    Hollywood movies have done good business in India. Nevertheless, Kangana said that American and English films should not be promoted in India. At a recent press conference, Kangana said, ‘We should not promote American and English films because they are occupying our screens. We have to behave like a country. We need to stop dividing ourselves like North India or South India. Whether it is Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu or Punjabi movies, we have to enjoy our own movies first.

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