The film could only do business of 3 crores.
As per reports in Bollywood Hungama, the film sold only twenty tickets across the country on the second Friday. After which the film has been removed from theatres. Many shows before the film were cancelled. Dhaakad is the most expensive female-led film in Hindi cinema. If we talk about the loss, then it has proved to be the biggest loss making film till date. According to the reports, the film could only do business of Rs 3 crore.
OTT and satellite rights are also not being sold in the film
The weekend performance was so bad that in most places the film was called off from Monday itself. The film has been removed from all the theaters in Mumbai within a week. Due to the miserably flop at the box office, the film’s OTT and satellite rights deal has been directly affected. According to the reports, after the super flop of the film, now its OTT and satellite rights are also not being sold. Because, the makers are not getting any buyer.
Many shows of the film have been canceled
According to the reports of Bollywood Hungama, many shows of this film have been canceled after the poor performance of ‘Dhaakad’ at the box office. In such a situation, now the makers of the film have to struggle a lot even to get a place on OTT. The OTT and Satellite rights of any movie are sold before the movie’s release. Producers get good profits from the earnings after selling the rights to a channel or OTT platform. But nothing like this has happened in the case of ‘Dhaakad’.
‘Dhaakad’ also became the biggest flop film of Kangana’s career.
‘Dhaakad’ has also become the biggest flop film of Kangana’s career. If reports are to be believed, ‘Dhaakad’ has been made in a budget of around Rs 100 crore. In such a situation, the makers have suffered a huge loss. This action thriller film, directed by Rajneesh Ghai, was released in theaters on 20 May. Apart from Kangana, the film also stars Arjun Rampal, Divya Dutta and Shashwat Chatterjee in lead roles. Kangana is seen in the role of Agent Agni in the film.