‘Tere Bin Laden 2’ & ‘Aligarh’ faces Competition due to ‘Neerja’
After a long time gap, first comedy film of the year Tere Bin Laden:Dead or Alive has been released this Friday with much expectations of audience. But unfortunately audience find it less entertaining than its prequel Tere Bin Laden, that was released in year 2010. The replacement of Ali Zafar with Manish Paul has not worked successfully and resulting out in low response at box office. Due to its initial buzz, film has witnessed almost decent occupancy on its first day but received mixed reviews from critics.
On the other hand, critical acclaimed film Aligarh is getting positive reviews from critics as well as b-town celebs but struggling at box office to get audience. Apart from these two notable films- Bollywood Diaries, Love Shagun, Dhara 302 & Rhythm have also been released, which are not getting considerable response.
On its first day, Tere Bin Laden: Dead or Alive has witnessed the occupancy of only 15-20% and minted the amount of 0.54 crore on Indian screens. Whereas Aligarh witnessed only 10-15% of occupancy and minted the amount of 0.31 crore on limited screens. On Saturday being partial holiday, Tere Bin Laden 2 has received almost similar response and minted 0.60 crore* as its second day collection. Whereas Aligarh received little higher and minted 0.45 crore*.