Liger box office prediction : Day 2 box office projections for Liger, starring Vijay Deverakonda, debuted to mixed to unfavorable reviews, and terrible word-of-mouth has undoubtedly negatively impacted the movie.
Puri Jaganath’s sports drama reportedly made Rs. 26 crores across all of its language versions, according to a Bollywood Life article.Liger box office prediction.
Because of the bad reviews, the number of people who went to see the movie has dropped sharply, and it is now making around Rs 15–16 crores.
Liger Liger, starring Vijay Deverakonda, is expected to do poorly at the box office on Day 2 due to poor word-of-mouth and mixed to bad reviews.
According to a Bollywood Life article, Puri Jaganath’s sports drama reportedly grossed Rs. 26 crore in all of its language adaptations.
Because of the bad reviews, the number of people going to see the movie has dropped by a lot, and it now makes between Rs 15 and Rs 16 crores.
On their extensive promotional trip, Vijay and the Liger crew stopped at several locations across India.
When asked how he would respond if the movie didn’t perform well at the box office during the press conference in Delhi, Vijay Deverakonda responded in Hindi by saying, “A few years ago, if you had asked me this question, I would have responded angrily.
I’d have been furious. It would be disrespectful to the type of love I have had recently, though, if I reacted furiously to such little things I encountered.
I want to keep love in mind. The audience is significant; we strive to please them, and we go to different cities merely to meet them.
In reference to Liger, he stated, “We anticipated some drama with Liger, but we’ll fight. We have poured our hearts into this movie. And I’m confident that I’m right.
In my opinion, there is no room for dread. I didn’t fear when I had nothing, and I don’t believe that fear is necessary even now that I have accomplished something.
“Maa ka aashirwaad hai, Logon ka pyaar hai, Bhagwaan ka haath hai, andar aag hai, kaun rokenge dekh lenge,” he said as his last words.