'Liger' Hindi has had a disappointing debut week at the box office. Following a solid weekend performance, the picture had a significant dip beginning on Monday. 'Liger' Hindi garnered Rs 1.25 crore in previews and grossed ₹4.50 crores on Friday.
According to reports, the film earned a total of around ₹18 crores nett at the conclusion of its first week. 'Liger' found few takers in the Nizam / Andhra circuits, but did well in the CP Berar, Bihar, and Odisha markets. Gujarat and Saurashtra markets performed poorly. Liger will soon be replaced by Ranbir Kapoor's upcoming film Brahmastra.
|Day 1 [1st Thur]||Aug 25||₹1.25 Cr|
|Day 2 [1st Fri]||Aug 26||₹4.5 Cr|
|Day 3 [1st Sat]||Aug 27||₹4.3 Cr|
|Day 4 [1st Sun]||Aug 28||₹3.8 Cr|
|Day 5 [1st Mon]||Aug 29||₹1.05 Cr|
|Day 6 [1st Tue]||Aug 30||₹0.90 Cr|
|Day 7 [1st Wed]||Aug 31||₹0.75 Cr|
|Day 8 [1st Thu]||Sep 01||₹0.60 Cr|
|Day 9 [1st Fri]||Sep 02||₹0.50 Cr|
|Day 10 [1st Sat]||Sep 03||₹0.65 Cr (may earn)|
As per ET reports, Puri Jagannadh will reimburse distributors who have suffered losses as a result of the film's failure, which stars Vijay Deverakonda and Anaya Panday. Warangal Srinu, a distributor from the South, confirmed to ETimes that the filmmaker will visit Hyderabad shortly and personally investigate the reimbursement procedure.