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Ram Setu Box Office Collection Day 7: Kantara take over Akshay Kumar’s shows

New Delhi: The Kantara craze is still going strong! The Hindi version of the Kannada movie scored better at the box office even though it was out much earlier than Akshay Kumar’s Ram Setu. When it debuted on October 25 at Rs 15.25 crore, the film, which also stars Jacqueline Fernandez and Nushratt Bharuccha, seemed promising. Later, it did ok business. The collections, however, are currently declining daily. Even Kantara took over some of its programmes.

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The film, which was also released on October 25, fought hard against Ajay Devgn and Sidharth Malhotra’s Thank God. However, the Rishab Shetty film Kantara, which is currently causing a stir in theatres, outperformed the Akshay Kumar-starring film. Kantara, which was written, produced, directed, and starred Rishab Shetty, made over Rs 250 crore at the box office worldwide, including an astounding Rs 42.95 crore in 17 days in Hindi.

The movie had a higher attendance rate in the theatres than Ram Setu and Thank God. As a result, according to Bollywood Hungama, the distributors chose to substitute Kantara for a few weekend showings of the two Bollywood movies.

Ram Setu earned Rs 2.70 crore on Day 7. As a result, the total box office receipts would be Rs 58.70 crore. On October 31, Ram Setu had a 9.87 per cent total Hindi occupancy.

However, as his flicks Bachchhan Paandey, Samrat Prithviraj, and Raksha Bandhan underwhelmed at the box office, the film emerged as Akshay’s best opening film of the year.

About Ram Setu

The director of the film is Abhishek Sharma. Jacqueline Fernandez and Nushratt Bharucha are shown with Akshay. The action-adventure drama Ram Setu centres on an archaeologist who is determining if Ram Setu is a myth or a real place.

The epic Ramayana claims that Ram Setu is a bridge that the deity Rama’s army of Vanara constructed to cross across to Lanka and rescue his wife Sita, who had been kidnapped by Lanka’s Rakshasa king Ravana. Co-producing the movie are Lyca Productions, Amazon Prime Video, Abundantia Entertainment, and Akshay’s Cape of Good Films.

Also read: Ram Setu Box Office Collection Day 6: Akshay Kumar’s film sees dropout in numbers due to IND vs SA

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