Looking back, it might not have been a positive thing to roll out Harshvardhan Kapoor's Bhavesh Joshi Superhero on a similar day as his sister Rhea Kapoor’s highly anticipated movie, Veere Di Wedding.
Both the flicks hit the theaters on June 1.
Whilst Sonam-Bebo starrer Veere Di Wedding, which enlightened the tale of four women discovering life, has amassed more than Rs 36 crore during its first weekend, Bhavesh Joshi Superhero, a story of vigilante impartiality, has just gathered up Rs 1 crore.
This is Bhavesh Joshi Superhero's overall weekend collection. It made below Rs 50 lakh on its initial day.
At this time, the theatre possessors have made their minds to withdraw the shows, and allocate them to the Veeres in its place.
As per reports, the Vikramaditya Motwane directorial venture hit 1000 screens crosswise the nation.
Displeased with the lack of pace, theatre possessors promptly relocated the shows to other movies. At this time, the screenings of the movie have declined by 30 to 40 percent.
An official from a leading multiplex told media people, "The morning shows of Bhavesh Joshi have been canceled as we hardly had any audience opting for it. We have added more shows of Veere Di Wedding instead."
Not just the Veeres, Bhavesh Joshi, which is Harshvardhan's second outing at BO after Mirziya, has had to cope with Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran, Raazi, and Deadpool 2 that are still doing well at the ticket booth.
Mirzya, which was a big dud at the box office, didn’t stop the film director from taking in Kapoor in his new flick, Bhavesh Joshi Superhero.
Vikramaditya stated, “That flop did not help anybody, but that is life. You try to make the best film possible. And, I don’t think Mirzya was a bad film.”
The director is ready to take the risk yet again with Harsh.
“I was convinced that Harsh was the right guy for Bhavesh Joshi Superhero. You cannot foresee hits or flops. You do a film because you want to do it with a certain actor,” he added.