Rocketry: The Nambi Effect, produced, directed and written by R Madhavan, has received rave reviews from critics. The film has been released today. The viewers who see this also appreciate it very much. The film’s word of mouth is coming in handy, but he doesn’t see any chance of doing a good deal for Rocketry: The Nambi Effect at the box office. Trade circles’ estimates of first-day earnings are going to be blown, but manufacturers are no less likely to make a profit on the trade front as well. Why, their discussion is later in the story.
Rocketry: The Nambi Effect has been released on over 2,800 screens worldwide. Out of this, the number of Desi Screens is 2000. The possibility of about 5000 shows on the first day has been expressed in different reports. The true story of former ISRO scientist Nambi Narayanan, starring R Madhavan in the title role, has been published in various Indian languages: Tamil, Hindi, Kannada, Telugu and English. Figures are coming out in some trade reports regarding the first day box office. Based on this, Madhavan’s film can earn only Rs 1.5-2 crore on Friday at the box office.
R Madhavan has played the main role in Rocketry.
Poor estimated first day earnings but the film has a promising future
Even if the Tamil box office is seen to be left out, even in terms of the territory of Hindi movies, the first day business cannot be called better at all. It is said that earning Rs 2 crore for 2,000 screens is modest. There isn’t much discussion on social media about the movie anyway. From the way the biographical drama is being talked about, it is understood that he is not a mass entertainer. Because of this, it also makes no sense to expect better deals from Tier 2 and Tier 3 city movies.
Rocketry: The Nambi Effect is a class movie and whatever business you do, subways or big cities will contribute to it. However, there is a discussion about the film in business circles that can bring happiness to the faces of the creators on the business front. The Indian Express also said in a trade report that Madhavan’s film may repeat the commercial feat at the box office as The Kashmir Files even though the film is also stuck in different box office showdowns. Reasons have also been given in the report.
It’s not a commercial drama, but like Kashmir Files, the movie business can be staggering.
According to the report, the film is not an intense commercial drama. Your target audience is completely different. The way the film has been made and the strong reactions in favor of Madhavan’s film are coming. Rocketry: The Nambi Effect has been compared to The Kashmir Files, citing a trade expert. According to the report, due to better word of mouth, the film’s business could be surprised in the coming days after its release. Business for The Kashmir Files also seemed weak for the first two days, but word of mouth and political reasons made it a box office rocket.
Regardless, the content in Rocketry: The Nambi Effect is said to be excellent. And this long border content is also visible. But there is little hope that a company like Kashmir Files will succeed. Because a tremendous discussion about the Kashmir archives had been going on since day one. In the case of Rocketry, you only see the critics and the public who came to see the film promoting it. So with the shock and ringing of the movie, it can be understood that it will not win like the mass entertainment movies. Despite this, the film’s earnings looked better in the coming days compared to the weekend.
Rocketry: The Nambi Effect is the story of Nambi. Nambi used to work at ISRO. He was part of many important projects. But in 1994, he was charged in an espionage case. It was said that a woman and a man from the Maldives got the technology out of the rocket by trapping ISRO scientists through honey traps and sold it to Pakistan. In the case, the Kerala police took action against Nambi. He had to go to jail and also faced torture. The CBI also investigated the matter. Later, Nambi was found not guilty.
However, Nambi waged a lengthy legal battle against the accusations in court. In one case, the Supreme Court also ordered the Kerala government to pay damages to Nambi. Nambi was arrested by the Kerala police.