Vijay Deverakonda’s Liger’s collection dropped 50% on the fifth day

Vijay Deverakonda's Liger's collection dropped 50% on the fifth day
Vijay Deverakonda's Liger's collection dropped 50% on the fifth day

Vijay Deverakonda’s film ‘Liger’ with director Puri Jagannath was released last Thursday. The opening of ‘Liger’ at the box office was less than expected, but even after this, the performance of the film was very poor.

The box office reports about Vijay Deverakonda’s film ‘Liger’ are indicating that it is going to go into the list of flop films very soon. Along with Vijay, Ananya Panday is the female lead in the film and Ramya Krishnan, Ronit Roy and Ali are also in important roles. Boxing legend Mike Tyson is in a cameo role in the film.

‘Liger’ opened the account at the box office with an opening collection of Rs 15.95 crore. But after the first day’s earnings, there was such a decline in its collection that even on a holiday like Sunday, the film’s collection could not cross the 10 crore mark.

50% drop on Monday

According to the initial figures of ‘Liger’ box office collection that are coming out, the film has suffered a decline of more than 50% as compared to Sunday. ‘Liger’, which earned Rs 5.24 crore on Sunday, had a collection of around Rs 2.50 crore on Monday.Along with this, the film has touched the figure of 50 crores in the Worldwide Collection. But in India, ‘Liger India Collection’ has earned only between 37-38 crores. At the box office, the earnings of the films on the first Monday tell what is going to happen to them next. And the figures of ‘Liger’ show that this film is going to prove to be a big flop.

Liger’s Box Office Maths

Reports suggest that seeing Vijay’s popularity, the film’s makers Karan Johar and Puri Jagannath were demanding 30 crores from the distributors for the theatrical rights of ‘Liger’. Whether this is true or not, it is difficult to say. But Vijay is new to the Hindi box office, so it can be assumed that ‘Ligar’ (Hindi) would have been sold for less than 30 crores. But how much this amount is, it is difficult to say.

If ‘Liger’ has earned 15 crores in Hindi so far, then it can be assumed that it will still be well behind the break-even number. Break Even means the figure in which the distributor has bought the film. For example, if the above figure of Rs 30 crores is true, then the breakeven number for ‘Ligar’ (Telugu) would be 30 crores. Whatever the film earns after the break even number is a profit, that decides whether the film will be a hit or a flop.

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