Maidaan Struggles at the Box Office Despite Critical Acclaim: Ajay Devgn Faces Hurdles


Ajay Devgn’s latest film ‘Maidaan’ has garnered positive reviews from critics but is struggling to make an impact at the box office. Despite a promising start over the weekend, the film’s earnings have dipped significantly during weekdays, raising concerns about its profitability given its estimated budget.

Ajay Devgn, a Bollywood stalwart with a rich film background, is no stranger to the industry’s dynamics. Despite his meticulous planning and eight postponements to perfect the release strategy, ‘Maidaan’ seems to be faltering at the box office. The film, made on an estimated budget of ₹100 crores, has only managed to collect ₹23.50 crores in its first five days in India, indicating a slow pace compared to its production costs.

Tough Competition from Two Blockbusters

The film faces stiff competition from Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff’s blockbuster ‘Bade Miyan Chote Miyan’ and the South superstar Fahadh Faasil’s ‘Aavesham.’ Both films are overshadowing ‘Maidaan’ in terms of box office collections, prompting questions about the timing and strategy of ‘Maidaan’s’ release.

Ajay Devgn, who plays the lead role in ‘Maidaan,’ might be contemplating whether a solo release would have been more beneficial for the film’s prospects. ‘Maidaan’ is based on the life of former football coach Syed Abdul Rahim, with Gajraj Rao essaying a negative role.

While the film continues its struggle at the box office, industry experts are keenly observing its performance to gauge its long-term impact. With several big releases lined up in the coming weeks, ‘Maidaan’ will need to pick up its pace to leave a mark in the competitive Bollywood landscape.

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