Keerthy Suresh Takes the Right Call by saying NO

After a dismal opening day, "Maidaan," starring ajay Devgn, witnessed a sharp decline on its second release day. It didn't happen, despite expectations for an increase or at least a continuation of yesterday's pace. Many were surprised when "Maidaan," released with tiger shroff and Akshay Kumar's "Bade Miyan Chote Miyan," underperformed at the box office, particularly in large cities. Despite overwhelmingly excellent reviews, it failed to draw a crowd, which resulted in a 40% decline in revenues from Thursday's already meager earnings, which were projected to reach ₹2.5 Cr on Friday.

The life of Syed Abdul Rahim, a significant character in indian football, is told in "Maidaan." After collecting ₹7.1 crore on its first day (which included Wednesday's paid preview sales), it only made ₹2.75 crore on its second day. Maidaan is on track to have a 12-13 crore 4-day weekend, which is quite inadequate. The movie may not make above 30 crores in its lifespan. The budget for the movie exceeds 200 crores. Given the type of box office reception the movie is receiving, it ought to rank among the greatest failures in indian cinema history.

Keerthy suresh was initially offered the role of priyamani and she turned it down and now it seems to be a wise decision indeed. BMCM and Maidaan both had underwhelming debuts for Eid, in contrast to salman Khan's other films, which had spectacular openings for the festival. The films "Bharat," "Sultan," "Race 3," and "Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ka Jaan" all achieved notable box office results. On Eid, even Shah Rukh Khan's "Chennai Express" was a huge hit.

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