Kangana Ranaut’s highly anticipated aerial action film, ‘Tejas,’ has failed to take off at the box office, with its opening weekend collection falling short of expectations. On Day 3, the film recorded a slight fall to ₹1.25 crore, bringing its total collection to just ₹3.8 crore in three days.
Trade analysts have attributed the film’s poor performance to a number of factors, including competition from big-budget Hollywood releases, mixed reviews, and a lack of buzz.
Despite the film’s disappointing box office performance, Ranaut has remained upbeat, urging her fans to support the film and see it for themselves. However, it remains to be seen whether the film will be able to turn things around in the coming days.
Kangana Ranaut’s highly anticipated aerial action film, ‘Tejas,’ has failed to take off at the box office, while Vikrant Massey’s film ’12th Fail’ has shown improvement day by day and is expected to do better.
Tejas, which released alongside 12th Fail on Friday, October 27, 2023, has collected just ₹3.8 crore in its opening weekend. On the other hand, 12th Fail has collected ₹6.42 crore in the same time period, which is double of Tejas’ earnings.
Trade analysts have attributed Tejas’ poor performance to a number of factors, including competition from big-budget Hollywood releases, mixed reviews, and a lack of buzz.
Sarvesh Mewara’s Tejas, which opened in theaters amid negative to mixed reviews, revolves around the extraordinary journey of Tejas Gill, an Air Force pilot. It aims to show how the Indian Air Force pilots work tirelessly to defend our nation, confronting numerous challenges along the way.
It is still too early to say whether Tejas will be able to turn things around at the box office. However, 12th Fail’s strong performance is a good sign for the Indian film industry, as it shows that there is still an audience for films with strong content and performances.