Director Indra Kumar’s Thank God, which released a day after Diwali, has failed to make a mark at the box office in its first three days. The comedy drama, starring Ajay Devgn, Sidharth Malhotra and Rakul Preet Singh, earned Rs 14.10 crore in its first two days, but on the third day, the collections have severely dropped.
Trade analyst Taran Adarsh shared that the film collected Rs 4.14 crore on its third day. “#ThankGod is on a declining spree… The 3-day total is shockingly low, more so during #Diwali period… An upturn on Sat and Sun is very important… Tue 8.10 cr, Wed 6 cr, Thu 4.15 cr. Total: ₹ 18.25 cr. #India biz,” read his tweet.
The film started its box office journey with Rs 8.10 crore and earned Rs 6 crore on its second day. The drop in its collections on the third day is around 25 percent. Bollywood Hungama suggested that the film can make it to Rs 50 crore only if it sees no further drops and can increase audience traffic over the weekend.
Thank God clashed alongside Akshay Kumar’s Ram Setu, which has had a far better journey at the box office so far. Ram Setu, in its first three days, has earned approximately Rs 34.50 crore at the box office.
Thank God hasn’t been received well by the critics. The Indian Express’ Shubhra Gupta gave the film one star and called it “dull and pointless.” “The official remake of Norwegian film Sorte Kugler, Thank God marks Indra Kumar’s return to Bollywood after a sizeable gap. Best known for his musical rom coms with Bollywood stars acting as overgrown delinquents (Dil), and the raunchy Masti and Dhamaal franchises stuffed with oversexed men and double-meaning dialogues, his style is still same-old, and it does nothing for a fantasy which needed to be light on its feet,” read a part of the review.
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