Shabaash Mithu, starring Taapsee Pannu, is still having trouble making money at the box office.
Shabaash Mithu Box Office Day 2: Taapsee Pannu’s movie struggles and hasn’t made $1 million yet
The performance of the film Shabaash Mithu, starring Taapsee Pannu, has not improved at the box office.
The movie only made Rs. 40 lakh on its first day, and it only made Rs. 55 lakh on its second day for a grand total of Rs. 95 lakh after two days of box office receipts.
Hit: The First Case, starring Rajkummar Rao and Sanya Malhotra, was also released around the same time as this movie.
On the second day of release, Rajkummar’s film showed signs of potential success, whilst Taapsee’s film continued to struggle at the box office. After its second day, “Hit” brought in a little less than two million rupees, bringing its total earnings to close to three crore rupees.
Taapsee Pannu plays the role of cricketer Mithali Raj, a former captain of the Indian Women’s Cricket Team, in the upcoming film Shabaash Mithu.
Over the course of her 23-year career in international cricket, Mithali Raj has broken various records and scored more than 10,000 runs in one-day internationals. The movie tells the story of how she overcame the odds to become a successful cricket player.
Mithu, a character played by Taapsee Pannu, is a young woman with aspirations of playing cricket. However, no one takes her seriously because of this goal, with the exception of her coach, who is portrayed by Vijay Raaz.
Because of the promise he sees in her, he decides to include her on the girls’ cricket squad. Mithu endures constant harassment and ridicule, which makes even the simplest tasks difficult for her.
She acquires the ability to maintain her dignity in the face of ridicule and to compete successfully against society.
The movie was met with a variety of reactions, and it was criticized for its seeming lack of complexity and subtlety. The reviewer Shubhra Gupta for the Indian Express gave the movie a grade of 2.5 stars.
In her review, she stated that “Taapsee Pannu impresses in a picture that has no space for nuance.” This sports drama is brought to its full potential because of Director Srijit Mukerji’s careful attention to detail.
This year has been difficult for Bollywood in terms of film production, as a number of high-budget films, including Anek, Samrat Prithviraj, and Bachchan Pandey, have been unable to make a significant impact at the box office.
In spite of this, movies like “Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2” and “The Kashmir Files” were among the select handful that was successful enough to become box office draws in the years after the outbreak.