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From ‘Dhaakad’ to ‘Attack’, Bollywood’s ‘Flop’ movies, which happened in theaters, OTT changed the fate

The year 2022 has not been anything special for Bollywood. Big-budget films were a disaster at the box office. There was no crowd of spectators in the theatres. The oral reviews of the people divided the filmmakers and this is the reason that they were uploaded on OTT platforms only a few days after the release in theatres. Now the surprising thing in this is that the same beaten films performed well on OTT. She was included in her trending list for many days.

Actually, nowadays people know that if they do not go to the cinema hall to see the film, then they will not be harmed. Rather, he will remain in profit. Because it will be released on OTT. Watch Salman Khan’s film ‘Radhe’ in the year 2021. It was released in theatres. If people did not see it, it flopped badly at the box office. But when it was released on ZEE5, 1.25 million people tried to login to that platform and its server crashed. This led to speculation that Bhaijaan’s film became a hit even after being a flop.

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Films set records on OTT not in theaters
Now talking about this year, John Abraham’s film ‘Attack’ earned 22 crores. Kangana Ranaut’s ‘Dhaakad’ earned 8 crores and Aditya Roy Kapur’s ‘Rashtra Kavach’ earned 9 crores. If the budget of these three films is seen, then overall it sits around 200 crores. Now she could not do wonders in theatres. But when it was released on OTT, it continued to trend at number one there.

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Not only this, ‘Dhaakad’, one of the biggest flops of Kangana’s career, earned 60 million viewing minutes in a week after coming to the streaming platform. At the same time, Vidyut Jammwal’s ‘Khuda Hafiz 2’ also clocked 77 million streaming minutes on OTT in a week. Made in a budget of Rs 30 crore, the film earned only 14 crores at the box office. In such a situation, it would not be wrong to say that the audience is not watching the films. Not liking his story. Because if this were the case then such a record would not have been made on the streaming platform.

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