Several media reports say that Samrat Prithviraj shows were cancelled because no one showed up to see them. Reports say that because Akshay Kumar’s movie didn’t do well at the box office, shows have been cancelled in a number of places. Bollywood Hungama says that exhibitors were losing a lot of money because fewer people were coming to their shows, so they cut the number of shows they put on every day.
“Even on the weekends, business in Mumbai was not up to par. So, it was inevitable that it would go down on Monday. But we didn’t think that shows would be cancelled because no one was there in the morning. Where shows didn’t get cancelled, there were only a few people there. On Tuesday, the same thing will happen. The situation was similar in Kolkata and Bengaluru. Delhi was just a little bit better. The movie has been well received in Hindi belts. “However, the metros with a lot of multiplexes and higher ticket prices did not do well on the first three days, so these theatres are not doing well since Monday,” a source was quoted as saying in the report.
Samrat Prthiviraj’s earnings at the box office
Samrat Prithviraj’s first week at the box office wasn’t very good, and the movie’s earnings kept going down during the week, with Thursday being the worst day. Box Office India says that the movie made about Rs 55 crore nett in its first week. After making almost Rs 40 crore net over the weekend, the movie didn’t make much money during the week.
Cast, plot, and review of Samrat Prthiviraj
The movie Samrat Prthiviraj is based on the life of the legendary warrior Prithviraj Chauhan and his love for Princess Sanyogita. Akshay Kumar plays the legendary warrior king Prithviraj Chauhan, who fought bravely to protect India’s freedom from the cruel invader Muhammad of Ghor. Manushi Chillar, who used to be Miss World, plays the role of princess Sanyogita. Sanjay Dutt, Sonu Sood, Ashutosh Rana, and Manav Vij are also in it. Manav Vij plays the bad guy Muhammad Ghori.
Chandraprakash Dwivedi, who is best known for directing the TV epic “Chanakya” and the critically acclaimed film “Pinjar,” directed the film as Yash Raj Films’ first historical film.
The movie came out in Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu theatres on June 3.