Well-known Hindi cinema actress Kangana Ranaut's film Panga is in dire straits at the box office. Apart from this, the film figures have come down after the opening weekend. Collections are a bit cautious on Tuesday. Apart from this, Kangana's sister and manager Rangoli has encouraged director Ashwini Iyer Tiwari to make a good film. Apart from this, Panga has collected only 1.65 crores on the fifth day of release, as it did on Monday. Panga's five-day collection has grown to 18.21 crore with it. Panga has left behind Kangana's 2017 film Simran's collections, which collected around 16 crores at the box office.
Apart from this, Rangoli on Panga's falling collections tweeted and wrote - Dear Ashwini Maam, don't be disappointed with lesser collections. You have made a really good film and no more is in our hands. You all know, after all, Nitesh sir made such a good film on losers. You lose with love, don't you? Panga, adorned with Kangana's best performance, was released on 24 January on more than 1400 screens across the country. Panga did less business than expected in the opening weekend. Apart from this, the film took an opening of 2.70 crores on Friday. It was currently estimated that the film would do a business of 3–5 crores on the first day. Collections increased on Saturday on the second day of release and garnered 5.61 crores. At the same time, on the third day, there was a slight increase in the collections on Sunday and collected a collection of 6.60 crores. Panga had a collection of 1.65 crores on Monday.
If we talk about Overseas Collections, Panga has done a fair collection. By January 26, Panga has collected more than $ 6 lakh (about 4.37 crore) in Overseas. The film has performed best in the US and Canada. Panga was released on more than 400 screens in the same Overseas. Ashwini Iyer Tiwari has previously done films like Nil Bate Sannata and Bareilly Ki Barfi. Panga was also well received by critics and Kangana's performance in the film was praised by everyone. Panga is the story of Kabaddi player Jaya Nigam, who wants to pursue her sports career again after the responsibility of family and child. Punjabi actors Jassi Gill, Richa Chadha and Neena Gupta also play important roles in the film.
Dear @Ashwinyiyer ma’am don’t get disheartened by low collections, you made a really nice film and rest is not in our hands, you know it all after all Nitesh sir made such a lovely film about loosing( Chichore ) let’s loose with love https://t.co/EEpRK3C1V8— Rangoli Chandel (@Rangoli_A) January 28, 2020