Instead of being a pan-Indian tentpole, Vijay Deverakonda's film is a pan-Indian disaster. According to Bollywood Hungama, the movie is not only struggling in the Hindi-speaking regions but also on Deverakonda's own ground.
Four days after its debut, the movie is about to reach the end of its theatrical run, according to the report. After a sharp reduction in attendance on Monday, over 90% of performances were canceled in the states of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, and Karnataka; theatres in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana are anticipated to follow suit. This is Vijay Deverakonda's third film in a row to underperform at the box office. Liger box office collection day 6 report is given here.
|Day 1 [1st Thur]||Aug 25||₹15.95 Cr|
|Day 2 [1st Fri]||Aug 26||₹7.7 Cr|
|Day 3 [1st Sat]||Aug 27||₹6.55 Cr|
|Day 4 [1st Sun]||Aug 28||₹5.24 Cr|
|Day 5 [1st Mon]||Aug 29||₹1.4 Cr|
|Day 6 [1st Tue]||Aug 30||₹1.3 Cr (expected)|
In Hindi-speaking countries, where the movie has so far grossed about ₹15 crores and is anticipated to end its run with about Rs 20 crore, things aren't doing much better. Liger's performance in the Hindi-speaking market is comparable to past duds like Jersey, starring Shahid Kapoor, and Jayeshbhai Jordaar, starring Ranveer Singh.