Vicky Kaushal s The Great Indian Family and Shilpa Shetty Starrer Sukhee Lukewarm Reception and Box Office Collection

The recent releases ‘The Great Indian Family’, featuring the versatile Vicky Kaushal, and ‘Sukhee’, headlined by the radiant Shilpa Shetty, opened amidst much anticipation and fanfare. However, they have received a lukewarm reception at the box office. Both movies, while packed with stellar performances and intriguing narratives, haven’t quite hit the mark with audiences, with box office numbers reflecting the subdued response. Despite the high expectations set by their star-studded cast and promising storylines, ‘The Great Indian Family’ and ‘Sukhee’ seem to be struggling to make their mark. This article delves into the box office collections of these movies, providing a comprehensive analysis of their performance


Vicky Kaushal and Shilpa Shetty. However, the reception seems to be lukewarm, with box office collections reflecting the sameThe Great Indian Family, a comedy-drama starring Vicky Kaushal, revolves around the dynamics of a typical Indian family. The film had an impressive opening weekend, grossing INR 10 crores. However, the collection started to dwindle in the following weekDespite having an exceptional cast and a relatable storyline, the film failed to leave a lasting impression, receiving mixed reviews from critics and audiences alikeThe film received lukewarm reviews, with critics stating that the storyline lacked depth, and the film relied heavily on Shetty’s star power


While the underwhelming performance of these films at the box office might be disheartening for the cast and crew, it’s worth noting that the Indian film industry is no stranger to surprises. Future projects might bring unexpected success. As they say in the film industry, the show must go on Box Office Collection: The film Sukhee, directed by Sonal Joshi and featuring Shilpa Shetty in the lead role, is encountering challenges in gaining traction at the box office following its release




Jawan’ is creating, we saw ‘The Great Indian Family’ and ‘Sukhee’ hitting the silver screen. Expectations were high, after all, both movies boast big star names. However, the numbers indicate a different story altogether Vicky plays the role of a local singing star by the name of Bhajan Kumar in ‘The Great Indian Family’. The movie also stars Manushi Chhillar, Manoj Pahwa, Kumud Mishra, Yashpal Sharma, Alka Amin, Srishti Dixit, Bhuvan Arora, Aasif Khan, Ashutosh Ujjwal and Bharti Perwani’Sukhee’ embarks on a thrilling adventure following a heated argument with her husband. The film deals with patriarchy and women’s empowerment with a dash of comedy. ‘Sukhee’ marks the directorial debut of Sonal Joshi and is produced by Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Vikram Malhotra, and Shikhaa Sharma. The film has been written by Radhika Anand, with the screenplay by Paulomi Dutta


Even though Yash Raj Films’ The Great Indian Family was sold as a ‘family’ entertainer, not many are going to the theatres to watch it. The film, starring Vicky Kaushal and Manushi Chhillar, had a weak start at the box office, opening at just Rs 1.40 crore on Friday. On Saturday, the Vijay Krishna Acharya directorial saw marginal growth as it netted Rs 1.80 crore, reported industry tracker Sacnilk. With this, the two-day collection stands at Rs 3.20 croreThis is a significant drop for Vicky Kaushal, whose previous film, Zara Hatke Zara Bachke, minted Rs 5.40 cr on just its first day at the box office. Even on a weekend, The Great Indian Family saw a negligible 12.11 percent occupancy at the box office, with night and evening shows getting 14.74 and 13.93 percent, respectively. While afternoon and morning saw only 11.46 and 8.32 percent occupancy


The sustained dominance of Shah Rukh Khan’s Jawan has also probably affected The Great Indian Family. The Atlee-directed actioner has already crossed Pathaan’s collection in 17 days, having earned more than Rs 546 crore. Globally, the film is expected to cross Rs 1000 crore in a couple of daysDirected by Vijay Krishna Acharya of Dhoom 3 and Thugs of Hindostan fame, the film revolves around a young man named Bhajan Kumar, a singer who comes from a family of priests and religious men. He rues that he is unable to enjoy the regular life of a young adult or romance any girl with everyone considering him a religious figure. Things change when the details of his birth and lineage come to the surface

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