While audiences lapped up Kangna Ranaut’s performance in 'Queen', they don’t seem to have warmed up to her latest film, 'Revolver Rani'
Sai Kabir’s Kangna Ranaut-starrer, 'Revolver Rani', has collected Rs 6 crore in its first weekend; this is less than the actress’ previous film, 'Queen', which collected Rs 10 crore in its first weekend.
'Revolver Rani' box office
Exhibitor Rajesh Thadani says, “Revolver Rani got a decent opening because of Kangna, but it has not yet won the audiences over. There could be a drop in the film’s collections. On the other hand, Subhash Ghai’s 'Kaanchi' collected around Rs 2.5 crore and Kavita Barjatya’s directorial debut, 'Samrat & Co.', raked in around a crore. '2 States' continues to remain steady with collections amounting to Rs 68 crore within ten days of its release.”
Trade pundits feel that none of last week’s releases have succeeded in impressing the audiences. Trade analyst Amod Mehra says, “All the three films were failed to create magic at the box office. 'Kaanchi' and 'Samrat & Co' were non-starters from the first show itself and they will find it difficult to complete a full week’s run. Meanwhile, a lot was expected from Kangna Ranaut’s 'Revolver Rani', but this film too did not click with the audiences.”