Photos: Bollywood has a lukewarm first half of 2017 at the box-office

Updated: Jul 04, 2017, 20:14 IST
  • Photos: Bollywood has a lukewarm first half of 2017 at the box-office
    The first thing in this list is that of Salman Khan's film 'Tubelight'. Looking at the record of Salman's Eid, 'Tubelight' was expected to be in the 200-300 million breaks. But after the release, this 'Tube light' shattered the myths of Salman and Eid. 'Tubelight' released on June 23, could collect only 106.86 million in the first week
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  • Photos: Bollywood has a lukewarm first half of 2017 at the box-office
    The total collection of 'Sarkar 3', released on May 12, was 9.75 crore rupees. While the cost of filmmaking was Rs 35 crores., it did not collect funds to even break even. Despite being adorned with many stars, including Amitabh Bachchan, director Ram Gopal Varma's film was badly shot
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  • Photos: Bollywood has a lukewarm first half of 2017 at the box-office
    Another film was released on May 12 - 'Meri Pyaari Bindu.' This movie starring Parineeti Chopra and Ayushman Khurana did not get much audience. 'Meri Pyaari Bindu' made at a cost of Rs 22 crores could only do business of Rs 9.25 crores at the box office. There was too much hype about this film, but it was badly shot and declared a flop
    3/10
  • Photos: Bollywood has a lukewarm first half of 2017 at the box-office
    The film, 'Noor', starring Sonakshi Sinha, released on April 21, is also included in this year's much PR hyped films. Speaking of data, the cost of the film was Rs 22 crores , but it only recovered Rs 6.6 crores
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  • Photos: Bollywood has a lukewarm first half of 2017 at the box-office
    In the direction of Shreejit Mukherjee, 11 actresses, including Vidya Balan, showed some promise in 'Begum Jaan'. But, the film also fell flat on the face and was a huge disaster at the box-office
    5/10
  • Photos: Bollywood has a lukewarm first half of 2017 at the box-office
    Actress Tapasee Pannu had a lot of expectations with 'Naam Shabana'. But, that was not what happened. Naam Shabana also joins the list of endless flop films this year
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  • Photos: Bollywood has a lukewarm first half of 2017 at the box-office
    Sushant Singh Rajput and Kriti Sanon's 'Raabta' which had a budget of 24.50 crores, made a lot of hype, but after the release, it proved to be flop
    7/10
  • Photos: Bollywood has a lukewarm first half of 2017 at the box-office
    Abbas Burmawalla's son, Mustafa, was launched in Abbas-Mustan directed 'Machine'. This launch was completely PR backed and it failed to impress audiences and critics. The Machine made at a cost of 30 crores could deposit , a mere 2.95 crore
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  • Photos: Bollywood has a lukewarm first half of 2017 at the box-office
    Aditya Roy Kapoor and Shraddha Kapoor's 'OK Jaanu' had a budge of 27 crore, but the Shaad Ali Directed film at the domestic box office could collect only 23.05 million. Inspite of being backed by Dharma Productions, the film tanked badly
    9/10
  • Photos: Bollywood has a lukewarm first half of 2017 at the box-office
    The cost of Saif Ali Khan, Shahid Kapoor and Kangna Ranaut's 'Rangoon' was approximately 52 crore, but the film collected barely 23 crore. Due to the direction of Vishal Bharadwaj and star cast, this film was also expected to do well at the box office
    10/10
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The first half of 2017 has gone by and the box office has seen just four clean hits this time. We are talking about movies which were not received very well despite all the hype and buzz created around them

 

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