Produced by famous south Indian filmmaker Rockline Venkatesh, newly released Kannada movie ‘Bruhaspati’ faced an average occupancy in the first weekend and earned poor box office collection. Releasing on a limited number of screens in the Kannada speaking state, the romantic drama film took a decent start to its journey at Sandalwood box office.
Hitting screens on 5th January 2018, the new Kollywood movie witnessed moderate occupancy in morning and noon shows on opening day. The theatre occupancy remained stagnant in the evening and night shows on day 1. Featuring renowned Kannada actress Sithara in prominent role, the south Indian film registered poor business on first day of its release.
Directed by popular movie-maker Nanda Kishore, the Sandalwood cinema could not manage to showcase progress in its performance on Saturday. Failing to curb the attention of huge number of audience in the cinema halls, the Kannada language celluloid collected poor box office collection on second day of release.
Nanda Kishore, who is also a well-reputed writer presently working in Kannada film industry, had expected his film to perform well at south Indian box office. However, his latest project did not succeed in amassing a big monetary profit in the domestic arena.
The film continued to exhibit poor performance on third day of release. The movie could not attract plenteous cinema-watchers on Sunday though it was an official holiday and people had much time to enjoy the new films in theatres. Receiving poor response on 3rd day, Mishti Chakravarty starrer new Kannada movie collected decent income.
Releasing at the cinema hall present in well-known Orion Mall, which is situated in the area near to Dr Rajkumar Road, Manoranjan Ravichandran starrer latest Sandalwood movie witnessed poor occupancy in the opening weekend. The south Indian celluloid failed to catch the attention of a great number of movie-watchers in this region of Karnataka.
Continuing to face decent occupancy in Innovative Multiplex located at Marathahalli, the latest Kannada film could not impress the audiences and failed collect a satisfactory box office income in the first weekend. Public response did not increase in initial three days and remained steady in the Kannada speaking region.
Screened in the cinema hall situated in MSR Elements Mall near Tanisandhra Main Road, Sai Kumar Pudupeddi’s new Sandalwood movie gained average response from the film-watchers. Releasing in some other theatres situated near the Mall, the Kollywood offering received similar kind of response from the spectators.
The comedy drama film not only faced unsatisfactory response in the domestic arena but also experienced huge competition with the newly released Hollywood movies in overseas. Based on the life of a person who struggles to get a job, ‘Bruhaspati’ failed to attract a major chunk of audience and bagged decent earnings in the international market.