"Himmatwala" starring Ajay Devgn and Tamannaah has witnessed a big drop in collection on the second day of its release.
Despite its negative reviews, the film had raked in good earnings on the opening day. But its business declined substantially in key markets in India as well as overseas.
Negative reviews from critics about the action comedy film has certainly affected its business.
"#Himmatwala is on a declining spree not just in India, but also in key markets of Overseas," trade analyst and film critic Taran Adarsh tweeted.
"#Himmatwala falls in several circuits on Day 2 [Sat]. At several centres, the decline is substantial," Adarsh wrote on his Twitter handle.
The business of the film has declined by 20-25 percent on Saturday in India. Key circuits in North India like Delhi, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh has also seen a fall in the film's collection.
The film, which is a remake of 1983 film, minted ₹12 crore on its opening day and became the biggest opener for Ajay Devgn. Despite the big star cast and director Sajid Khan having three box office hits to his credit, the film failed to make a mark at box offices.
The film also failed to impress audiences overseas. After registering a low occupancy on the first day, the film's collection dropped at the overseas box office.
On Friday, it collected £41,917 from the UK, A$ 25,142 from Australia, NZ $14,782 from New Zealand, and $ 71,100 from the US.
And on second day, it raked in £ 36,035 from the UK, A$ 17,763 from Australia and NZ$ 9,104 from New Zealand.
The film was released across 3,200 screens in India and also features Paresh Rawal, Mahesh Manjrekar and Zarina Wahab in important roles.