Padmavat earns millions of first days, 12 crore loss due to protest
Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s controversial film Padmavat was released on Thursday between 7,000 screens on protests.
Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s controversial film Padmavat was released on Thursday between 7,000 screens on protests. Multiplexes and theater owners of 4 states of the country did not screen the film. Despite this, its film has earned about Rs 18 crores for the first day. Trade analyst Sumit Kadle tweeted, “Despite the opposition in 4 states, the film has collected about 18 crore rupees on its first day. First Day 30 million earning Padmavat.
According to Kadle, if the film was released with peace in the entire country, then Opening Day itself would make a collection of about 30 million rupees.
– In the 4 states, due to Rajput Karani army’s opposition, the film suffered a loss of around 10-12 crore due to the first day.
– Tell that the budget of the film is about Rs 180 crore. Apart from this, Rs 20 crore was also spent on converting the film into IMAX and 3D formats.
‘Padmavat’ earning may increase
Besides this, the film can also benefit from the next 15 days due to non-release of any film.
– Republic Day holiday will also see an impact on the film’s earnings. This means that the collection can increase due to the holiday. In the first weekend, the film can touch the figure of 100 crores.