Kangana Ranaut’s Dhaakad is a BOX OFFICE DISASTER

The Kangana Ranaut-starrer Dhaakad was released in cinemas on May 20.

The trailer promised a stylish action thriller and showed Kangana in a super slick gun-wielding avatar.

Sadly, the film sank like the Titanic.

Dhaakad collected a mere Rs. 50 lakhs on its opening day, leaving the the industry stunned.

Even the second day collections were in the range of Rs. 50 lakhs.

Dhaakad had clashed with Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2, starring Kartik Aaryan, Kiara Advani and Tabu.

The comic thriller got a great response and was the first choice for moviegoers.

According to sources, there was absolutely no excitement among the audience to see Dhaakad.

There were reports that there were a handful of viewers in the theatres on Day 1.

Many shows across the country got cancelled due to no audience.

Also, the reviews were terrible.

According to sources, Dhaakad was removed from several theatres on Saturday.
The reason?
There were only 10-15 people in the theatre. Imagine this on the second day of the film’s release! Surely, it can’t get any worse.

A multiplex owner said, “For the Saturday evening show, only 2 tickets were sold, believe it or not!”

Meanwhile, Mumbai’s famous Maratha Mandir which was playing the film in 1 show has discontinued it from Sunday.

We hope Kangana’s future films get a better response as this can be heart-breaking.


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