Tejas Box Office Collection Day 5: Tejas, an aerial action film starring Kangana Ranaut as a fighter pilot, did not attract many viewers on the day of its release. Evening and night showings of the film only saw a modest increase in audience attendance.
Tejas Box Office Collection Day 5
According to early estimates by Sacnilk.com, the film grossed approximately 30 lakh on Tuesday.
The Sarvesh Mewara-directed film has now grossed 4.50 crore. As per the box office portal, Kangana’s film had 5.80 percent Hindi occupancy on Tuesday, which is lesser than the Monday numbers. Tejas opened at ₹1.25 crore and showed no improvement over the first weekend. On Monday, it marked a precipitous decline. With such a start, Tejas must pick up the tempo over the weekend if it wishes to maintain its airborne status.
About the Movie
Tejas was released alongside Vidhu Vinod Chopra’s 12th Fail, starring Vikrant Massey, which had a comparable opening but grew on Saturday as a result of positive word of mouth.
Tejas has been directed by Sarvesh Mewara. It revolves around the extraordinary journey of Tejas Gill, an Air Force pilot, who goes on a hazardous rescue mission. The film is said to inspire and instill a profound sense of patriotism in every Indian by demonstrating how Indian Air Force pilots work tirelessly to defend our nation while facing numerous obstacles.
Anshul Chauhan, Varun Mitra, Ashish Vidyarthi, Vishak Nair, Kashyap Shangari, Sunit Tandon, Rio Kapadia, Mohan Agashe, and Mushtaq Kak are also featured in the film Tejas. Shashwat Sachdev has given music for the film.
Tejas has already outperformed Kangana’s previous feature, ‘Dhaakad,’ which debuted with only Rs50 lakh net. It is essential to observe that this is a female-led film with a lot riding on Kangana’s star power.
According to boxofficeindia.com, despite the dismal start, if the film can maintain its trajectory, it can anticipate a lifetime gross of Rs 15 crore. The film cost approximately Rs 20 crore to produce.
Unfortunately, as things stand, Tejas might become Kangana’s fifth consecutive Hindi-language film to underperform, following Dhaakad (2022), Thalaivi (2021), Panga (2020), and Judgementall Hai Kya (2019). Her last box office success was the historical drama Manikarnika in 2019, and she most recently appeared in the Tamil-language feature Chandramukhi 2.