Actor Priyanka Chopra’s comeback Hindi movie, The Sky Is Pink has enrolled low amounts in its opening weekend. The movie, which also stars Farhan Akhtar and Zaira Wasim, published this Friday, and was able to rake in Rs 10.7 crore in the first 3 days.
Film commerce analyst Taran Adarsh known as the movie’s performance’dull’. He shared with the updated statistics on Twitter on Monday. “#TheSkyIsPink is boring… Gathered momentum on Day two [Sat], but fell flat on Day 3 [Sun], more so towards day reveals… Even its target audience – multiplex audience – did not adopt it wholeheartedly… Fri 2.50 cr, Sat 4 cr, Sun 4.20 cr. #India biz,” he wrote in his conversation.
The movie was crushed by Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker and Hrithik Roshan-Tiger Shroff’sa War, each of which had published last week on October 2 (Wednesday). As per a report at Box Office India, while War made a second Rs 31 crore in its second weekend, even Joker earned more cash compared to Sky Is Pink at the previous 3 times –Rs 11.5 crore. The most recent figures require War’s set to a total of Rs 257 crore and Joker’s to Rs 49 crore.
Shonali Bose’s The Sky Is Pink is a love story of a few (Priyanka and Farhan) spanning 25 years that’s narrated by their teenaged daughter – Aisha (Zaira). Aisha becomes a motivational speaker prior to losing her entire life to pulmonary fibrosis in a young age.
The Sky is Pink marks the Bollywood comeback of Priyanka following a hiatus of nearly 3 decades. It received favorable reviews from critics and even got a standing ovation from the crowd as it was screened at the Toronto Film Festival on September 13.
War, marks the first major screen team-up between activities stars Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff. War became the biggest opener of this year with an assortment of Rs 53.35 crore, dethroning Marvel giant, Avengers: Endgame.
Joker is a psychological thriller starring Joaquin Phoenix as the infamous DC villain. Globally, Joker additional $123.7 million in 79 markets, bringing its international total to $543.9 million after only 12 days in theaters.