‘Gumraah’ box office collection Day 1: Aditya Roy Kapur-Mrunal Thakur film opens with disappointing numbers – Times of India

Aditya Roy Kapur and Mrunal Thakur’s latest release, the crime thriller ‘Gumrah’, which released on 7th April, failed to live up to the expectations as the film opened to a poor reception. It also received mixed reviews from critics due to the muted numbers at the ticket counters. There was no major clash with other Bollywood films at the box office, yet the film failed to earn an impressive opening day. For the unversed, ‘Gumrah’ is the official Hindi remake of the 2019 Tamil hit ‘Thadam’.
According to industry reports, according to initial estimates, Aditya’s film earned Rs 1.5 crore on Friday. It reportedly had an average occupancy of 11.25% in the Hindi-speaking market. Although there was no major box office clash, the film faced stiff competition from last week’s two big releases, Nani’s ‘Dussehra’ and Ajay Devgn’s ‘Bhola’, as both these films are still opening at the box office. Doing well. As per industry reports, ‘Bhola’ earns an estimated Rs 3 crore more on Day 9 Dussehra saw an estimated business of Rs.2.25 crores. So, it is clear that the first day collection of ‘Gumraah’ is a big disappointment.

Incidentally, ‘Gumraah’ is the third Hindi remake of a South Indian film this year. All these films performed poorly in theatres. Earlier, Kartik Aaryan’s ‘Shehzada’, a remake of Telugu film ‘Ala Vaikunthapremulu’ failed at the box office with a total of Rs 32.20 crore. Meanwhile, Akshay Kumar’s ‘Selfie’, a remake of Malayalam film ‘Driving License’, faced a similar situation and earned Rs 16.85 crore during its disastrous theatrical run.