Kangana Ranaut’s latest film, ‘Tejas’, failed to pick up pace at the box office on its first Saturday, earning just Rs 1.25 crore. This is significantly lower than the Rs 2.50 crore that was earned on Day 1.
The film has been facing mixed reviews from critics and audiences alike, with some praising Ranaut’s performance and others criticizing the film’s plot and execution.
It remains to be seen whether ‘Tejas’ will be able to turn things around at the box office in the coming days.
The poor performance of ‘Tejas’ at the box office is a setback for Ranaut, who has been struggling to deliver a commercial success in recent years. Her last few films, including ‘Dhaakad’, ‘Thalaivi’, and ‘Panga’, have all underperformed at the box office.
The failure of ‘Tejas’ is also a blow to the Bollywood industry, which has been struggling to revive itself in the post-pandemic era. The industry is facing stiff competition from regional films and OTT platforms, and it is important for Bollywood films to deliver at the box office in order to sustain the industry.