Shocking earnings of the first day of the movie The Kashmir Files'

South superstar Prabhas and actress Pooja Hegde's recently release movie Radhe Shyam's business statistics on the first day of their release Radhey Shyam are now coming out. After Baahubali and Saaho, this movie is superstar Prabhas' third pan India movie. Obviously, for this reason, there was a lot of buzz among the audience about the movie. The movie has registered a good opening on the first day though. But at the box office of Hindi belt, superstar Prabhas' magic seems to be fading this time.

 

Indian star Prabhas and actress Pooja Hegde starred director Radha Krishna Kumar's film was made on a very large scale. Most of the film, based on the love story of the 70s, was shot in the beautiful valleys of Europe. Movie star Prabhas and Pooja Hegde's romantic chemistry was the main USP of this movie. According to the box office India statistics, Hindi, this chemistry among the audience is seen to be fading. Reports say that the film has earned a total of Rs 4.50 crore, much lower than expected from Hindi theatres on the first day. These business figures of Prabhas' movie, obtained from the Hindi belt, are seen as quite disappointing. Now it remains to be seen how the film performs on Saturday-Sunday.

 

Prabhas' film asked for water in front of The Kashmir Files: The shocking thing is that with this mega-budget movie of superstar Prabhas, Anupam Kher and Vivek Agnihotri's film based on the bitter truth of Anupam Kher and Vivek Agnihotri, who reached the theatres, succumbed to The Kashmir Files. While Prabhas' film did a business of only Rs 4.50 crore on the first day, The Kashmir Files has collected Rs 3.55 crore on the first day from the theatre without any big star cast, without a big budget and any special promotions.

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