Atul Mohan, a trade analyst, predicts that ‘The Kashmir Files’ would gross Rs 300-400 crore at the box office
‘The Kashmir Files,’ directed by Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri, is now topping the domestic box office and has proven to be a game-changer following the outbreak. The film has proven to be a genuine hit and has effectively struck a chord with the audience.
Now, Trade Analyst Atul Mohan predicts that the film would beat the lifetime record set by Aamir Khan’s ‘Dangal’ in the near future.
This occurred because the picture received ‘words of gratitude’ from everyone, resulting in a profit of 5 to 6 percent in screen space. More and more people are going to watch the movie in theatres. The Kashmir Files earns between Rs 15 crore and Rs 24 crore on a regular basis. In only ten days, the movie has made Rs 192.35 crores, and at the conclusion of the second weekend, it had gained a benefit of 29 percent overall, with a global total of almost Rs 32.30 crore.
According to him, the film might earn between Rs 300 and Rs 400 crore in the following weeks, having already broken the Rs 167.45 crore barrier in its second week.
Initially released in only 9 countries across 100 screens, it has already expanded to 25 nations across 350 screens, unquestionably a wonderful indication of achievement.
For the uninitiated, Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri has created a really hard-hitting tale that has emotionally connected with the spectators in a way that has never been seen before in Indian cinema.