This weekend at the box office, two films are battling head to head. While Aditya Roy Kapur gets an action makeover in Rashtra Kavach Om. R Madhavan’s Rocketry: The Nambi Effect will depict the tale of Nambi Narayanan,a former Indian Space Research Organisation scientist and aerospace engineer. Although the two films are diametrically opposite, box office analysts anticipate Rocketry will exceed Rashtra Kavach OM.
Rashtra Kavach OM, directed by Kapil Verma and starring Aditya Roy Kapur, released in theatres today. Originally named OM: The Battle Within. The title altered to Rashtra Kavach OM owing to legal issues with the title rights.
Kapil Verma directs the film which produced by Ahmed Khan and Shaira Khan under the banners Zee Studios and A Paper Doll Entertainment Production.
The trailer for the film released 20 days before its release. It received a mixed reaction from spectators. In terms of movie reviews, critics lambasted the picture, calling it unimpressive, with subpar music, uninteresting narration, an incoherent narrative, and cringe-worthy language. They laud the acting and the action moments.
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According to the online news source See latest, the film sold tickets worth Rs 70-80 lakh on day one and was launched on 2000 screens locally and roughly 300 screens internationally, for a total of 2300 screens globally.Follow Our website hostspotnews.com for the latest updates!!!!!
BOX OFFICE COLLECTION DAY 1
Aditya Roy Kapoor has demonstrated his range in films such as Aashiqui2. Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani, and Ludo throughout the years. And he now embraces the action persona in OM and based on the teaser, he has done the job with total conviction.
The picture aimed at a broad audience,yet the actor lacks mainstream appeal, and the posters, trailer, and promotional events failed to generate interest among moviegoers. According to the pattern, the opening statistics in India would range from Rs 0.8 to 1.2 crores**. The statistics may rise throughout the weekend, depending on word of mouth among the tragic audience.
It is competing with Madhavan’s Rocketry, but the conflict will have little impact on the film’s box office because both are unique films with distinct audiences.