By Bollywood Hungama News Network, Mar 21, 2022 – 16:09 hrs IST
Akshay Kumar’s much-awaited movie Bachchan Pandey was launched on Holi day final week i.e. on March 18, amid the blockbuster success of The Kashmir Files, which was launched on March 11, on the field workplace. Although Akshay Kumar’s Bachchan Pandey did a wonderful opening however couldn’t carry out as anticipated on the second and third day. Akshay Kumar’s Bachchan Pandey earned Rs 37.25 crore in its first weekend. At the identical time, launched per week in the past, The Kashmir Files is creating a brand new historical past daily with its record-breaking bumper earnings. Viewers are lavishing their love on The Kashmir Files, which has earned Rs 67.45 crores on the field workplace to this point. Meanwhile, a stunning factor has come to gentle from a cinema corridor in Odisha.
ruckus over bachchan pandey
A video goes viral on social media since yesterday, through which a gaggle of miscreants is seen getting into the multiplex. They all enter a display through which Bachchan Pandey is being performed. And this group of miscreants ask for the removing of Bachchan Pandey from the multiplex administration and for this they create a ruckus. Not solely this, this group of individuals pressure the present The Kashmir Files as an alternative of Bachchan Pandey. After this the multiplex employees had no choice however to name off Bachchan Pandey’s present. The viewers who have been watching the action-comedy are compelled to go away, as will be seen within the video.
Bollywood Hungama has realized that the incident occurred at Elex Cinemas positioned in Sambalpur city of Odisha. When requested to touch upon the incident, a supply near the multiplex stated, “We live in a world where everything happens. Russia attacked Ukraine and the world is doing nothing on it. So you can imagine that in a country like India where 130 crore people live, everyone has their own choice.”
As the video went viral in all places on the web, it emerged that many exhibitors confronted numerous issues even whereas displaying The Kashmir Files. One of the exhibitors stated, “Many are coming in groups of 10, 20, 50 and even 100. Though most of them are watching the film peacefully, some groups are creating a ruckus on the premises. One group fought with our staff. and alleged that we have cut a scene from The Kashmir Files. Hey how can a theater manager cut a scene from a film? The reel era is gone.”