‘Ek Villain Returns’, a collaboration between Balaji Telefilms and T-Series, did not take off as expected. Looking at the opening day of the film, it seems that the box office journey of the film is going to be very tough. The prospects are not good for the film’s director Mohit Suri, as his last three films did not do well at the box office.
Ek Villain Returns’ opened in red marks, only doing business across the country
At the same time, the film may also spell trouble for its lead stars Arjun Kapoor and John Abraham. If this film doesn’t work, it will be Arjun Kapoor’s fifth flop in a row. John Abraham’s previous four films were also flops.
Earned only 6 crore rupees on the first day
Director Mohit Suri has made his new film ‘Ek Villain Returns’ with four characters who have no color in life. Everyone tries to be the villain of their own story and in this regard the moviegoers face a lot of difficulty in connecting the end of the story.
Released with a production and promotional cost of around Rs 80 crore, the film ‘Ek Villain Returns’ as per opening day figures collected just Rs. 6 crore remains. This number is not good news for both the hero and the director of the film.