This festive season we have two films hitting the theatres including Secret Superstar and Golmaal 4. The makers of both the films are trying hard to give their best to take an extra mileage. Unlike every year in the month of Diwali, we get to see the B Town filmmakers taking advantage of the festive time and release movies on right time. This time we have films releasing one from the Aamir Khan Productions’ movie called Secret Superstar and the other side we have Rohit Shetty film called Golmaal 4. Both the films are noticed with a decent buzz in the media, however, which one will prove higher and better at the box office will make all the difference. Let’s check out the way these film will perform or get the box office prediction.
Now, let’s talk about Secret Superstar starring Zaira Wasim and Aamir Khan along with others. The fact is that the film is clashing with Rohit Shetty film also called Golmaal Again has nothing much to release. The film is known to have a rich content and have much to offer to the audience rather than giving a clash. With decent amount of screens both at the multiplexes or the single screen, the experts feel that the film will gain a decent collection over the box office. As per the buzz, the first day collection for Secret Superstar is likely to reach 12-14 crores on the first day.
Now talking about the other film starring Ajay Devgn and others, it seems that the actor is always in a mood to clash on the festive time with other big banner film releasing the same day. Last year it was Shivaay that clashed the much hyped Karan Johar film called Ae Dil Hai Mushkil and now we have Aamir Khan produced movie Secret Superstar. Unlike the previous year, he is all set to lose once again at the box office with better and higher star value film Secret Superstar. As per reports, and the buzz, the film Golmal Again can collect around 9-10 crores on the first day at the box office. Let’s see how the things would move, but as far as the current figures are concerned, the film is likely to give a low figure.