Last Friday, Bollywood actress Taapsee Pannu’s film ‘Dobaara’ was released on 370 screens. The first day collection of the film was a little less, but there is definitely some improvement in the day’s collection. Along with this, the film is also getting mixed reaction from the people. Directed by Anurag Kashyap, the film is based on a science fiction time travel story. Taapsee’s film is a Hindi remake of Spanish film ‘Miraj’. Earlier, Taapsee’s film ‘Shabash Mithu’ was a flop at the box office.
On the other hand, if we talk about the budget of Taapsee’s film ‘Dobaara’, then this film has not been made in a big budget. Its budget is being told only 50 crores. In such a situation, the film has collected 72 lakhs on the first day, after which its second day collection is being told around 85 lakhs. Also, this film of Taapsee, made in a small budget, is dependent on word of mouth publicity.
Meanwhile, there are many critics about the film, who are talking about the collection and review of the film, on which the actress has expressed displeasure. These critics include names like KRK, filmmaker Hansal Mehta and Rohit Jaiswal. Expressing displeasure, Taapsee also shared screenshots of her tweet.
Taapsee tweeted that she writes that ‘Sir, lies are told out loud, it does not become true and these people are trying to destroy the industry only because of films, so think how stupid they are. Anyway, again it’s a bit difficult film for their mind, so what can poor people do? Recently, Kamal R Khan made fun of the collection of Taapsee’s film ‘Dobaara’ and said that ‘it cannot earn more than 8 lakhs’. KRK tweeted and wrote, ‘Taapsee’s film ‘Dobaara’ is a housefull occupancy. The film has earned a whopping 8 lakhs.
KRK was targeted by filmmaker Hansal Mehta. At the same time, apart from KRK, Rohit Jaiswal, who is called trade expert, wrote in a tweet that the collection of ‘Dagara’ on the first day is less than the daily earnings of Haldiram Sweet Shop in Kolkata. Taking screenshots of both the tweets, Hansal Mehta hit out at them saying that ‘it was because of the people of the industry and now they are beating their own back’.