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After Judwaa 2, Taapsee Pannu is behind in another jaunty purpose with this week’s recover Dil Juunglee. This time, she will share shade space with Saqib Saleem. Directed by Aleya Sen, Dil Juunglee is a regretful comedy where Taapsee plays a cliched nerd who undergoes a makeover while Saleem essays a unchanging Delhi guy. Dil Juunglee will be attack a theatres on Mar 9.
With a well-developed opening of Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety during a box office, we know that jaunty comedies have takers among cinephiles. But Dil Juunglee faces some unbending foe during a theatres from 3 Storeys and Hate Story 4. Will Dil Juunglee be means to carve a possess place?
Trade researcher Akshay Rathi remarks, “While a trailer and promos of Dil Juunglee demeanour interesting, it lacks a certain kind of interest that a film needs to attract audiences to a theatres. Be it a film’s marketing, a songs or any promotional gimmick, zero has been impressive. Nor does Dil Juunglee exaggerate of any big-ticket stars. So essentially, what could work in Dil Juunglee’s foster is a clever word-of-mouth promotion. Fingers crossed for that. The film competence acquire Rs 4 crore approximately in a initial weekend.”
Talking about a competition, Rathi adds, “Hate Story 4 really has a wider interest among audiences. It could be a film of a week and constraint a vital population, generally of two-tier cities and smaller towns. On a other hand, while 3 Storeys does reason a certain appeal, it is singular to multiplexes. It is majorly releasing in 10-12 cities only.”
While a series of screens for Dil Juunglee is somewhere around 800, Hate Story will strike around 1500 screens. Meanwhile, prior releases like Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety, Black Panther and Padmaavat among others also continue to have a good run during a box office.