The highly regarded director Sanjay Puran Singh’s film “72 Hoorain” was released on July 7th but unfortunately failed to make a positive impact at the box office. Even on the fourth day, the film struggled to perform well and only managed to earn Rs 25 lakh. This disappointing performance came after a lackluster Sunday. The film’s total earnings currently stand at Rs 1.26 crore.
According to early estimates, “72 Hoorain” struggled to attract audiences on Day 4, earning just Rs 25 lakh. On its opening day, the film collected Rs 0.35 crore, failing to even cross the half-million mark. However, on Day 2, it showed slight improvement by collecting Rs 0.45 crore. The film had an overall occupancy rate of 11.60% in the Hindi belt. On Day 3, it only managed to earn Rs 0.47 crore.
“72 Hoorain” tells the story of Bilal and Hakim, who are manipulated into believing that they will be rewarded with 72 beautiful virgins in heaven if they sacrifice their lives in the name of Allah. However, after a terror attack in Mumbai, they are shocked to find that there are no virgins waiting for them. The film faced controversy before its release as the Central Board of Film Certification allegedly refused to release its trailer.
Following this, Ashoke Pandit shared a video message on Instagram to clarify the situation. He explained that the trailer was under review and modifications were requested by the board. The certification was granted subject to these modifications, and the filmmaker is currently responding to the show cause notice.
Watch the video here:
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