New Bollywood films are not even discussed now, what happened to the Rashtrakavach Om in front of Rocketry?

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BT Mumbai: Many big films were released at the box office on Friday. Among them Rashtra Kavach OM and Rocketry The Nambi Effect are important. Bollywood has got another major setback from Rashtra Kavach OM.

The path of Bollywood films from South’s Pan India films has become so difficult that now all their new releases are not even known properly. For example, on Friday, R Madhavan’s biographical drama on the life of former ISRO scientist Nambi Narayanan came out. The original Tamil film was in several Indian languages, including Hindi. With this, the Bollywood film Rashtrakavach Om was also released. But big news about the film was not seen coming out. Whereas it is a film of a beloved of the Bollywood family.

Aditya Roy Kapur is the lead actor in Rashtrakavach Om. The film, directed by Kapil Verma, stars Prakash Raj, Jackie Shroff, Sanjana Sanghi, along with Aditya in important roles. The film has also got decent space according to the scale in theatres. However, no such wave was seen that would attract the audience for the Rashtrakavach Om. The critics rejected the film badly and called it average in the name of action entertainer. The mandate of the audience has also arrived. The box office of the film is disappointing on the first day and the success of Bollywood films can be said to be continuing.

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Rashtrakavach Om has done a business of only 1.51 crores on the first day. It is also being said about the poor attitude of the audience towards the film that it can hardly earn Rs 3 or 4 crores on weekends i.e. Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Overall, Rashtrakavach Om was also recorded as a historic disaster diamond in Bollywood’s failed project. Aditya is from the famous ‘Roy Kapoor’ family of Hindi Siemma. His brother Siddharth Roy Kapur is considered one of the biggest producers of Bollywood. While Vidya Balan is Aditya’s sister-in-law. The failure of the film is disappointing for Aditya, who has appeared in many Hindi films.

By the way, R Madhavan’s Rocketry: The Nambi Effect has also not shown any business charisma at the box office. It is estimated that the film has earned hardly Rs 1.50 crore on the first day. The film is in around 2000 screens in the country. Critics have praised R Madhavan’s film. Many are even terming it as a masterpiece. The audience who watched the film has also appreciated it openly. It is believed that the word of mouth of Rocketry: The Nambi Effect has become much better and its effect can also be seen in the film business in the coming times.

Some analysts said that the film may not be successful in earning a storm, but it is a long age biographical drama and like The Kashmir Files, the collection will see a jump in the coming days. Keeping an eye on the upcoming collection of Rocketry: The Nambi Effect. By the way, the film is also competing with other films at the box office of Indian languages. The production-direction-writing of Rocketry is by Madhavan himself. He has also played the lead role.

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