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Box Office: Rajkummar Rao’s ‘Srikanth’ has a lackluster start

The much-anticipated release of the weekend, ‘Srikanth’, featuring Rajkummar Rao in the lead role, has had a lackluster start at the box office. This film marks the first significant Hindi release since ‘Maidaan’ and ‘Bade Miyan Chote Miyan’, adding to the anticipation among audiences and industry insiders alike.

Unfortunately, ‘Srikanth’ failed to make a significant impact on its opening day, struggling to surpass even the Rs. 2.50 crore nett mark. The film’s nationwide collection stood at a meager 1.85 crore gross (1.50 crore nett) in national chains, despite facing no direct competition.

As the weekend progresses, the film’s box office performance will be closely monitored to gauge its potential for growth and audience reception in the days to come. Despite its slow start, ‘Srikanth’ remains poised to attract viewers with its unique storyline and Rajkummar Rao’s acclaimed performance, offering hope for a turnaround in its box office fortunes.

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