Jogira Sara Ra Ra Collection Day 1: ‘Jogira Sara Ra Ra’ and ‘Azam’ destroyed on the first day, both films yearning for pie at the box office
Starring Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Neha Sharma, Sanjay Mishra, Mahaakshay Chakraborty, Zarina Wahab to Nikki Tamboli, the film ‘Jogira Sara Ra Ra’ was released in theaters on 26 May. The film is directed by Kushan Nandy who has previously directed films like ‘Babumoshai Bandookbaaz’ (2017) and ‘Humdum’ (2005). Well, this was a new opportunity for Kushan, where he could surprise everyone with the numbers game as well. But the initial figures of the earnings of ‘Jogira Sara Ra Ra’ only disappoint at the moment.
Jogira Sara Ra Ra Box Office Collection Day 1
According to the report of ‘Box Office India’, Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s Jogira Sara Ra Ra has collected only Rs 25-30 lakh nett on the first day. This figure is very disappointing. If the collection of this film does not improve, then it can also prove to be a disaster. In fact, the makers have spent around Rs 10-15 crore to make ‘Jogira Sara Ra Ra’. In such a situation, if the cost could not be recovered, then understand that this film can also stand in the list of biggest flops of the year.
Aazam Box Office Collection Day 1
Same is the case with Jimmy Shergill’s ‘Azam’. Rather, Aazam is seen drowning even more. Jimmy Shergill, Abhimanyu Singh, Indraneil Sengupta, Govind Namdev, Raza Murad, Anang Desai and Shishir Sharma’s ‘Azam’ bowed down on the first day itself. According to the ‘Box Office Report’, ‘Azam’ has collected only 10 lakh rupees on the first day, this figure is going to give sleepless nights to the makers too.
Does ‘The Kerala Story’ have an effect?
Sudipto Sen and Adah Sharma starrer The Kerala Story is doing decent business at the box office even after four weeks. Its earnings have crossed 196 crores within 22 days. While the new films of Nawazuddin and Jimmy Shergill could collect only a few lakhs at the box office, the four-week old ‘The Kerala Story’ has done a business of Rs 2 crore 25 lakhs last Friday. In such a situation, it can be said that Adah Sharma’s film is still affecting other films.
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Dogs – Rs 5.91 crore,
Gandhi and Godse – Rs 2.37 crore,
Capture (Hindi) – Rs 4 crore,
Zwigato – Rs 2.1 crore,
Crowd – Rs 2.26 crore,
Dasara – Rs 4.67 crore,
Gumrah – Rs 7.74 crore,
Shankutalam – Rs 1.22 crore,
Bad Boy – Rs 31 lakh,
Rumor – Rs 0.1 crore,
Chhatrapati (Hindi) – Rs 2.53 crore.