Vikram Vedha, a masala action film starring Hrithik Roshan and Saif Ali Khan, has failed to attract audiences despite receiving glowing reviews. However, the film found an audience in international markets, allowing it to enter the Rs 100 crore club. It appears to be failing in the home market, especially given the popularity of Mani Ratnam’s Ponniyin Selvan: 1 among moviegoers.
According to initial estimations, Vikram Vedha made between 2.35 and 2.55 crore rupees on its second Friday, as reported by Bollywood Hungama. The film is anticipated to earn 10 crore rupees on its second weekend, boosting its 10-day total to 70 crore rupees provided it continues to perform well in multiplexes. Currently, the film’s box office earnings on the Indian market are approximately Rs 60 crore.
According to Pinkvilla, the domestic gross collection is Rs 72 crore and the international gross collection is Rs 31 crore, for a total worldwide gross revenue of Rs 103 crore. With this number, it is safe to say that the audience has not fully rejected the film. In addition, in Hindi-speaking regions, cinephiles continue to favor Vikram Vedha over all others.
Recently, Hrithik disclosed that he has been slowly processing’ the responses to his film. During an Instagram Live broadcast with Ashish Chanchlani, he stated, “I’m a little confused. I am quite pleased with the film; I enjoy it. We had a great time creating it, and I learned a great deal. I am pleased with the completed film. The mountain that I intended to conquer, I believe, has been conquered. Now it is with the world, and the world has a lot to say largely positive things. I am gradually digesting it.”