Kangana Ranaut and Arjun Rampal’s Dhaakad discounted from all the cinema halls in Mumbai within one week of its release. They recorded a disastrous opening of the Film.
On Book My Show ‘Dhaakad’ comes with no watch options. This means that there are no shows available for moviegoers to book from. The movie is also limited to a handful of shows in New Delhi. Dhaakad was reportedly released on a reasonably big scale, with the film getting about 2100 screens.
Addressing this, a source told Bollywood Hungama, “It was released on May 20 with around 2100 screens. By Sunday, May 22, around 300 screens (have) discontinued (the film), especially the single screens. The screen count was reduced even more from Monday onwards.
By Thursday, it was out of many cinemas as Tom Cruise-starrer Top Gun: Maverick had an early release on May 26.”
“In Week 2, It is playing in only 25 cinemas in India. In other words, it has been removed from nearly 98.80% of theatres that were playing the film in Week 1. Delhi is the biggest city that is still playing Dhaakad, in four theatres. In Mumbai, it’s not playing in a single cinema hall,” the source added. Kangana and the team of the movie are yet to address these developments.