Before the premiere of Thank God and Ram Setu, know what Bollywood Diwali has been like

The festivals that are held all over the country and the holidays in them are a boon for the film industry. Filmmakers are always on the lookout for that opportunity. When people are in the mood to enjoy themselves apart from their daily work, it is considered to be the best time to release movies. This is the reason why on the occasion of festivals like Diwali, Holi, Eid and Christmas, the premiere of the film is announced in advance. It has become a tradition to release films about Salman Khan’s Eid and Aamir Khan’s Christmas. This time, Akshay Kumar’s film ‘Ram Setu’ and Ajay Devgan’s film ‘Thank God’ will premiere on Diwali. Last year, Akshay’s film ‘Suryavanshi’ was released on this occasion, which did good business even during the Corona period.

During the last two years, Corona has caused a lot of financial losses to Bollywood as to all small and big industries in the country. The condition had become such that most people associated with the movie business had come to the brink of ruin. Most of these small and large theater owners, film distributors, exhibitors, and employees associated with this whole process were the hardest hit, but after Diwali, the condition of the film industry gradually began to improve. The last quarter of the year 2021 brought Bollywood to life. During this, South Cinema has won the highest. It started with Allu Arjun’s ‘Pushpa: The Rise’, which continued from Ramcharan-Jr NTR’s ‘RRR’ directed by Rajamouli to Yash’s ‘KGF Chapter 2’.

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Akshay Kumar’s film Ram Sethu and Ajay Devgan’s Thank God will be released this Diwali.

Gandhi Jayanti and Dussehra holidays in October before Diwali prove to be beneficial for the regional film industry like South and West Bengal. Usually, in the last quarter of the year, there is a turnover of around Rs 1000 crore at the box office, in which there is a turnover of Rs 200 crore on Diwali alone. According to Cinépolis India CEO Devang Sampat, festive seasons like Diwali, Holi and Eid are considered good for the movie business. During this, they are home for the holidays. In the subways and big cities, people go to see large-scale movies on Diwali day. The Delhi and Mumbai circuits witnessed massive collections during this period. This time too, big star movies like Ajay and Akshay are expected to win.

If we look at the performance of movies released on Diwali over the past 10 years, then it will be understood how favorable the festive season has been in terms of movie earnings. In 2010, Rohit Shetty’s film Golmaal 3 (61 crore 77 lakh 75 thousand) and Vipul Amrutlal Shah’s film Action Replayy (46 crore 29 lakh 44 thousand) were released. In 2011, Anubhav Sinha’s Ra.One (207 crore 38 lakh 63 thousand), Aditya Chopra’s Jab Tak Hai Jaan (210 crore 26 lakh 43 thousand) in 2012 and Ashwini Dhir’s Son of Sardaar (135 crore 12 lakh 48 thousand) were released. one thousand). happened. Rakesh Roshan’s Krrish 3 (393 crore 37 lakh) in 2013, Farah Khan’s Happy New Year in 2014 (342 crore 76 lakh 10 thousand), Sooraj Barjatya’s Prem Ratan Dhan Payo in 2015 (365 crore 45 lakh 75 thousand), 2016 Ajay Devgan’s Shivaay (125 crore 14 lakh 55 thousand) and Karan Johar’s Ae Dil Hai Mushkil (229 crore 56 lakh 23 thousand) were released in this one.

Similarly, in 2017 Secret Superstar (965 crore), Golmaal Again (80 crore 80 thousand), Thugs of Hindostan in 2018 (245 crore 8 lakh 75 thousand), Housefull 4 in 2019 (295 crore 80 lakh), Made in China (14 crore 44 lakh 80 thousand), Saand Ki Aankh (30 crore 49 lakh), Lakshmi, Ludo, Chalang and Suraj Pe Mangal Bhari were released in 2020. If you look at it this way, there has been an explosion of Bollywood on Diwali. There are high expectations for both Ram Setu and Thank God in the movies released this year. Akshay Kumar is considered a hit machine, Ajay is also known for making good movies. But if you see the acting from the latest movies of these two, then the signs are not auspicious. In this age of boycotting Bollywood, the guarantee of success of movies is meaningless.

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