On the second day of its release on Wednesday, Ram Setu has done a business of Rs 11 crore. While Thank God collected Rs 6 crore. Both the films have a long first weekend of 6 days. There are also holidays during the festival season. In such a situation, there is every possibility of increasing the earnings of the films till Sunday. However, due to Chhath ahead in Bihar and UP, people may be busy in worship. Due to this, there is a possibility of a fall in the collection at the box office on Sunday.
Why and where did the earnings of both the films fall
Abhishek Sharma’s directorial ‘Ram Setu’ and Indra Kumar’s directorial ‘Thank God’, both of which are earning the most from UP and Delhi. Both these films have got a great response both in multiplex and single screen theaters in Delhi-NCR. The main reason for the fall in the earnings of films on Wednesday is the low earnings in Gujarat-Saurashtra. Along with this, the film’s earnings have also fallen in Maharashtra and Mumbai.
Not much damage from ‘Kantara’ and ‘Black Adam’
At the box office, these two films are currently facing South’s ‘Kantara’ and Hollywood’s ‘Black Adam’. ‘Kantara’ has not received very good response in Hindi. While the urban audience is also giving response to ‘Black Adam’. In such a situation, ‘Ram Setu’ and ‘Thank God’ are not making much difference to these two films. While the story of ‘Ram Setu’ revolves around an atheist archeologist searching for Ram Setu, ‘Thank God’ is a comedy film in which Lord Chitragupta asks a man standing on the verge of death to pay for his sins and virtues.
budget of both films
The release of both the films together on the occasion of Diwali was considered as a big clash. Even in the advance booking of the first day, both the films performed almost identically. In such a situation, it seemed that both the films would fight neck to neck. But it is clear from the earnings of the first and second day that ‘Ram Setu’ is the clear winner in this race. The budget of Akshay Kumar’s film ‘Ram Setu’ is being said to be Rs 85 crores, while the budget of Ajay Devgan and Siddharth Malhotra’s ‘Thank God’ is close to Rs 70 crores. Due to the low budget, if both the films earn in crores for two-three weeks, then it will earn profit.