New Delhi: The latest from Salman Khan is good but it is little slow in the screen play and the movie goers are not well connected by the movie and the pace of the movie. Even the collection of the movie is not that lightening, unlike salman’s previous movie.
The Collection figures on the first day of 'TubeLight' movie have come and it can be seen that the Tubelight is still flickering. Salman's film earned his first day 21.15 crores. These earnings of the movie is far below standard of Salman Khan movie's movies collection. Rather, if we compare with the last five years, of all the Salman films released on Eid, this is their worst performance in release. The last two editions did bumper business. Sultan released in 2016 and Bajrangi Bhaijaan in 2015.
Even in 2012, Ek Tha Tiger had earned more than this on the first day it earned about 33. There has also been a lot of increase in the price of tickets. In spite of this, the performance of Tubelight has been worst in the first day. Even ordinary film like 'Kick' did more business than Tubelight.
Trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted the first day's earnings figure of Salman-Kabir Khan's ambitious project.
Taran Adarsh has made another tweet and told the first day of Salman's past five Id Release as well.
Hopefully, after the Eid on Monday, the collection of tube light will improve. Ramzan is still not over. It may have made the difference of the collection. The social media and the movies mouth publicity are also negative. People are saying Brother Factor Missing from the movie. It is no great matter that Tubelight is the weakest film of Salman's in last few years of movie release.
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