Aamir Khan-Amitabh Bachchan's Thugs Of Hindostan crashes at Box Office

Lewis Collier
November 14, 2018

Thugs of Hindostan (Thugs of Hindustan) continues to rake in disappointing numbers at the box office with its collection suffering further drop with each passing day, and its day 6 was no different. The film has failed to meet the high expectations of the viewers and the critics have given it a big thumbs down. Thugs of Hindostan collected just Rs 5.50 crore at the Indian box office on Monday, taking its total earning to Rs 129 crore (including Tamil and Telugu versions). However, upon its release, the film received mixed reviews and saw a major fall in its collection on consecutive days.

"Talking about it, trade analyst Sumit Kadel wrote, "#ThugsofHindostan TUESDAY- Shows are getting cancelled Left, Right & Center across India because of no audience. Total: ₹ 128.85 cr TAMIL + TELUGU:Thu 1.50 cr, Friday 1 cr, Sat 75 lakhs, Sun 75 lakhs, Monday 50 lakhs, Tue 40 lakhs.

Experts are looking at not more than Rs 130 crore-Rs 135 crore as lifetime collections of the film. "Thugs of Hindostan has under-performed in global markets with total overseas collection from the first weekend being Rs 46.67 crore", said Adarsh. Total: "₹ 4.90 cr - Total: "₹ 133.75 crIndia biz.#TOH".

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Director Vijay Krishna Acharya, who had previously helmed "Dhoom 3" and was working with Aamir for the second time, failed to create the magic the viewers were expecting.

When Aamir Khan films are known break box-office records, Thugs of Hindostan is struggling to even make it to the Rs 150-crore club. Thugs of Hindostan is undoubtedly the shocker of the year and moviegoers are extremely ruthless and in no mood to splurge on movies they hear are substandard.

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