Day one box office receipts for Crakk: Vidyut Jammwal’s movie barely makes Rs 4 crore after failing to surpass Article 370

The action movie starring Arjun Rampal and Vidyut Jammwal received a negative review upon its premiere. The movie, which debuted alongside Yami Gautam’s political thriller Article 370, did not surpass its first-day box office receipts.

Despite receiving negative reviews, the movie profited from reduced ticket rates of Rs 99 on Cinema Lovers Day. Early estimates from Sacnilk state that the movie made Rs 4 crore on its first day of release, falling short of Article 370’s opening day earnings of Rs 5.75 crore. This weekend, when Crakk takes against Yami Gautam’s picture, which debuted to a favourable reception from both reviewers and audiences, will be the true test for the movie.

On the first day of release in India, the film brought in an amount of Rs 1.55 crore, surpassing the opening day gross of Vidyut Jammwal’s previous film IB71. Moreover, Crakk outperformed Commando, starring Vidyut, in terms of first-day earnings.

Arjun Rampal told ANI that he had to drastically change his physical appearance in order to play Crakk, saying, “I had to go way lighter and work on my agility.” Every day, I went swimming in wide seas to strengthen my heart. I ate clean and ran a 10K three times a week. To get in shape and shift the scales in my favor, I had to make some sacrifices. I consumed a lot of protein and only ate vegetables three times a week.

“While shooting, I suffered from two slip discs, and production kindly paused shoot for two weeks so I could recover,” the actor said of his on-set injuries. To execute to the best of my abilities, I had to exercise caution while yet becoming stronger. It goes without saying that Vidyut should be considered as well, since he is likewise very well-built and takes good care of himself.”

produced by Vidyut Jammwal and directed by Aditya Datt under the banner of Action Hero Films. Amy Jackson, Arjun Rampal, Nora Fatehi, and Vidyut Jammwal are among its stars. The journey of a guy from Mumbai’s shantytowns to the realm of underground extreme sports is the central theme of the movie. The movie is now showing in theaters.

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