The biggest flop in Indian movies this year is Liger. Vijay Deverakonda film reportedly made on a ₹100 crore plus budget, has failed to earn even ₹50 crores at the box office. Stakeholders are now absolutely furious with the director & Liger has landed into some serious legal mess.
The distributors of the movie Liger suffered significant losses in the Telugu-speaking regions, and they are requesting a reimbursement because the movie was released in advance in the majority of the territories. There was no response from Charmme after the financiers and distributors approached her for the same. Puri Jagannadh and Charmme reportedly generated significant profits prior to the release, according to a trusted insider. They are now disputing it, claiming they lost a tonne of money on the movie.
Currently, the distributors are making arrangements to gather tomorrow and ask Puri Jagannadh for compensation. Producers are eager to approach the Film Chamber if they refuse to make good on their losses. In the event that the movie was a failure, Puri vowed to pay back the loans. But over the past week, things have altered. We must wait and see if the problem can be resolved by Puri and Charmme or if it will end up in court.