Ranbir Kapoor and Shraddha Kapoor’s film Tu False Main Makkar is releasing on Holi on 8 March. Directed by Luv Ranjan, this is a romantic drama film, whose Ranbir Kapoor is considered a master. Looking at Ranbir’s filmography, he has given successful films in this genre.
Romance is a tried genre of Ranbir. That is why, both the audience and the trade are expected from you false, that the film can make a simple start. Booking of the film for the first day is also satisfactory.
Ranbir Kapoor is the box office king of romance
If you look at Ranbir’s films in the last 10 years, then 10 of his films have been released, three of which are romantic films- Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani, Tamasha, and Ae Dil Hai Mushkil.
Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani was released on 31 May 2013. The film took a brilliant opening of 19.45 crores and made a lifetime collection of around 188 crores. Trade considered it a super hit.
The Tamasha, released on 27 November 2015, took an opening of 10.94 crores, while the lifetime collection could only be around 67 crores. It was declared a flop.
On October 28, 2016, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil took an opening of 13.30 crores and the film was called 112 crore lifetime collection.
You are false, I present Ranbir in the same manner. Now the question is whether this film will repeat the success of Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani because this is Ranbir’s most successful film in the romance genre.
By the way, Ranbir’s biggest opening is 36 crores, which is the name of Brahmastra Part-1 released in 2022. However, it was a superhero film. The second largest opening of Ranbir’s career is 34 crores, which was a biopic film.
Seven will benefit from Holi in Mumbai?
The festival of Holi in Mumbai is celebrated on 7 March, you are good for the business of Makkar. Mumbai Territory is the largest market for Hindi films. About 40 percent of Hindi film comes from this market. If Holi was celebrated on March 8 in Mumbai, then morning shows would have been completely closed, but now the possibility of getting viewers in morning shows has increased.
Holi is being celebrated on 8 March in the Hindi-speaking strip of North India. Morning shows of the film will be affected in the Hindi belt including Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, and Haryana. If the footfall increases in evening shows, the lack of morning shows can be fulfilled.