Jogira Sara Ra Ra Box Office Taking Day 2 – The film has so far grossed Rs 95 lakhs in India.
Jogira Sara Ra Ra Box Office Collection Day 2: Nawazuddin Siddiqui, known for his bankable performances, has faced a setback with his recent film Jogira Sara Ra Ra. After his previous movie Afwaah It did not do well at the box office. Jogira Sara Ra Ra it also turned out to be a disappointment.
The film, which features Neha Sharma as the lead opposite Nawazuddin Siddiqui, hit theaters on May 26. However, after a lackluster performance on Friday, early estimates indicate that the film also failed to generate a significant buzz on its second day.
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The Nawazuddin and Neha Sharma starrer garnered a mixed response from critics. On its opening day, it managed to gross a modest sum of Rs 50 lakhs, which falls short compared to Nawazuddin’s previous releases.
Initially, the film was anticipated to cross the Rs 1 crore mark on its second day. However, according to a report by Sacnilk, the film, on its second day, earned Rs 45 lakhs. This brings the total collection of the film to Rs 95 lakhs.
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Nonetheless, the film witnessed a marginal increase in overall audience occupancy in the Hindi belt, rising from 10.31 to 12.44 percent.
About Jogira Sara Ra Ra:
Jogira Sara Ra Ra features Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Neha Sharma in the lead roles, with Naeem A Siddiqui of Touchwood Multimedia Creations serving as producer and Kiran Shyam Shroff serving as creative producer. The family comedy has been directed by Kushan Nandy.
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Alongside Nawazuddin and Neha, the film also stars Sanjay Mishra and Mahaakshay Chakraborty in pivotal roles. This collaboration marks the second time Kushan and Nawazuddin have worked together, following their previous project. Babumoshai Bandookbaaz (2020).
Nawazuddin recently grabbed headlines for his comments on the controversial film. Kerala’s history. He said that if a movie “hurts someone, then it’s wrong.” For the inexperienced, Adah Sharma’s ‘The Kerala Story’ talks about the subject of forced conversions and indoctrination.
Earlier this month, Kashyap tweeted: “Do you agree with the film or not, whether it’s propaganda, counter-propaganda, offensive or not, banning it is just wrong.” Nawazuddin, while speaking to News 18, responded to this by saying, “If a novel or a movie hurts someone, then that’s wrong. We don’t make movies to hurt the audience or their feelings.”
However, the actor’s comments received a negative response from social media users. As a result, the actor later had to take to Twitter to address the situation and clear the air about the spread of false information.
“Please stop spreading fake news just to get some views and hits, it’s called cheap TRP. I never said and I would never want any movie to be banned. STOP BANNING MOVIES. STOP SPREADING FAKE NEWS!!! ” he wrote.