The second day of release saw a little gain in the collection of actor Ranveer Singh’s film ‘Jayeshbhai Jordaar,’ who is known as Hindi cinema’s hero number one, but the initial statistics of the film’s opening day are further broken after the last number. The film’s first day grossed only Rs 3.25 crore, falling short of the four-crore mark. In comparison to Saturday, the film has improved slightly. However, the success of Ranveer Singh’s film in the first two days, which earned him 75 crores for acting in a film, has harmed his reputation significantly. Throughout the day, the Hindi film industry was enraged by the film’s dismal performance and tried to make amends.
Jayeshbhai Jordaar, a solo Ranveer Singh Film, Know why?
On the day of its trailer release, producer Maneesh Sharma, director Divyang Thakkar, and actor Ranveer Singh described the film ‘Jayeshbhai Jordaar’ as such a terrific film that Yash Raj Films chose to make it. Ranveer Singh sweated extensively for the film’s promotion from the trailer debut until the day before its release. He travelled throughout the country and beyond to promote the picture. Because other persons involved with the film were excluded from the promotion, the film’s success or failure is now solely his responsibility.
The film’s First Collection under 4 Crore
When Ranveer Singh’s fees at Yash Raj Films’ rates are factored in, the film is estimated to cost roughly Rs 50-60 crore. The film is estimated to cost roughly Rs 100 crore at current market values. Although Yash Raj Films has already returned a large portion of the film’s expenditure through satellite and OTT rights, the actual scale of the picture is the box office, and the film’s failure here will undoubtedly lower Ranveer Singh’s brand value. The film astonished the industry by grossing only Rs 3.25 crore on its first day of release.
On the second day of its release, Saturday, the film ‘Jayeshbhai Jordaar’ saw a modest improvement in its Friday figures, bringing its total to Rs 3.80 crore. The film’s total box office receipts have now reached Rs 7.05 crore, and the trade has already declared it a flop on its second day. Ranveer Singh’s film ‘Jayeshbhai Jordaar’ had a first weekend box office collection that isn’t even close to his failed films ‘Lootera’ and ‘Kill Dil.’
The film ‘Band Baaja Baaraat,’ which collected Rs 5.20 crore on its first weekend in 2010, was the lowest opening weekend collection among Ranveer Singh’s flicks. Following this, the film ‘Ladies Vs Ricky Bahl,’ released in 2011, garnered Rs 16.54 crore in its first weekend, followed by ‘Lootera,’ which earned Rs 19 crore, and ‘Kill Dill,’ which earned Rs 20.18 crore. ‘Befikre,’ Aditya Chopra’s directorial debut, was likewise a box office disappointment, despite a first weekend gross of Rs 34.36 crore.