Circus box office collection Day 3: Rohit ShettyStarring Latest Offering Ranveer Singh, Jacqueline FernandezPooja Hegde and a cameo appearance Deepika Padukone, saw a sluggish start. While the film ran high on expectations, it failed to perform at the ticket windows. Well, the collections of Circus on Christmas too turned out to be disappointing. The film witnessed a fairly flat collection as major centers and multiplexes failed to show any growth.
circus box office report
Ranveer Singh’s film failed to perform in the Maharashtra, Gujarat, CI and Rajasthan circuits, and collections in bigger centers were equally poor. Despite not being a big budget film, expectations from Circus were huge. According to Box Office India, “The film hasn’t even found an audience in the Mumbai circuit, though Maharashtra is still doing comparatively better than the rest of India, but is still very sluggish.”
Trade reports suggested that the third day numbers are again low as the film managed to collect around Rs 7.30 crore. The films of this genre do not get much support in terms of trending as they have a fixed audience. On the other hand, Circus is facing stiff competition from Avatar: The Way of Water, which is performing remarkably well at the box office in India.
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about the circus
Produced by Ranveer Singh and Varun Sharma, “Circus” is based on William Shakespeare’s classic play “The Comedy of Errors”. It has hit the screens on 23 December. Recently, filmmaker Rohit Shetty talked about Circus saying that he makes films to entertain the audience and his latest directorial venture is a step in that direction. Shetty, known for the “Golmaal” franchise and action comedies like “All the Best: Fun Begins” and action dramas like the “Singham” series, said he is confident that his latest release will be loved by the audience.
“‘Circus’ is for the audience who loved ‘Golmaal’ and ‘All the Best’. It is that kind of film. It is for all those who loved those films. I am sure they will enjoy it “I have seen the film. So now I make films for them, I take it as a responsibility,” the 48-year-old director told reporters.