Rajkumar Santoshi directorial Bad Boy starring veteran actor Mithun Chakraborty’s son Namashi Chakraborty, Amrin Qureshi and Darshan Jariwala has been a box office flop. The film, which marked Namashi’s debut, was well promoted leading up to its release, however, the buzz surrounding the film failed to translate into box office numbers. Now after almost a week at the box office, Bad Boy has really failed to live up to the expectations. In this special report, we look at the estimated box office collections in the first week of Bad Boy, while positioning the film against its production costs to gain an understanding of how profitable the film was for its makers.
After a disappointing opening, which saw the film collect Rs. Bad Boy’s collections were less than 10 lakhs on the first day. Thanks to this weak opening at the box office, it is estimated that the film is likely to end its first week with a collection of around Rs. 50 lakhs only. Made in a budget of Rs. 15 crores, Bad Boy is highly unlikely to see much traction at the box office window, resulting in huge losses. Compounding matters and the film was never released in the overseas market, thus eliminating a major revenue stream. With this disastrous box office performance, there will be no takers for Satellite and Digital as well.
Looking at the current scenario, Bad Boy – Inbox Pictures Pvt. Ltd. suffers heavy losses, in fact, the producers of the film lose almost 90% of their investment. As it stands now, this massive failure at the box office is being attributed to the fact that the film saw a lack of shows in theatres, while at some places theaters even canceled shows due to lack of footfalls. done. If this was not enough, reports also suggest that some screens saw collections of less than Rs. 1,000 are coming. This general audience’s dislike of the film, combined with competition from previous releases, had a devastating effect on Bad Boy’s business.
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