Thugs of Hindostan ended up being an entire failure in the box office as fans find the film because of the absence of unique content and significantly more. Despite being made on a high budget plan of Rs 300 crores, this Aamir Khan’s film has figured out to achieve just Rs 145 crore mark in the cinema world. While the film proceeds with its dying course in the box office, the exhibitors have chosen to demand a refund from the producers. As indicated by a Mid-Day report, the theater owners are presently demanding pay.
Theatre Owners Demand Refund after Thugs of Hindostan Fails At BO
Thugs of Hindostan was made on an expected budget plan of Rs 300 crore, and one of the expensive movies of Indian film. It should be that enormous Diwali offering from Aamir Khan, yet it bombarded after critic slammed it left, right and center. In the 11 days of its run, it has managed to make Rs 150 crores.
This could have been great numbers for some other Bollywood release, however since Thugs of Hindostan was a big budget plan and a multi-starrer film, a great deal was normal from it. The theater owners are allegedly hoping to get 50 percent of their venture remunerated from the makers.
“As is the practice with YRF, the studio had taken on the distribution responsibilities. The exhibitors agreed to the minimum-guarantee deal as they expected handsome profits from the big-budget film, but the tables have turned. So, we are planning to approach the sub-distributors [YRF] to get a refund. We hope YRF, Aamir Khan and Amitabh Bachchan will help us in this situation, else there is a possibility of a few theatres having to even shut down,” an anonymous exhibitor told Mid-Day.
Prior to Thugs of Hindostan, heroes like Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan and Rajinikanth have remunerated the distributors after their movies failed in the box office. SRK gave refunds to Jab Harry Met Sejal and Dilwale while Salman Khan for Tubelight.