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Dobaaraa heavily bocotted after Anurag Taapsee ask people to boycott

Arts & EntertainmentDobaaraa heavily bocotted after Anurag Taapsee ask people to boycott

Dobaaraa’s box office collection on day 1 earns only Rs 60 lakh after Anurag Kashyap, and Taapsee Pannu asks people to boycott their movie!

Dobaara is the Hindi adaptation of the Spanish film Mirage which featured Alvaro Morte, popularly known as The Professor from the Netflix crime drama show Money Heist. It is the second time that Anurag Kashyap is directing Taapsee Pannu after their 2018 romantic drama Manmarziyaan.

As per the early estimates, Taapsee Pannu and Anurag Kashyap’s film has collected Rs 0.60 crores at the box office in India.

Ever since Taapsee Pannu and Anurag Kashyap asked netizens to boycott the movie Dobaara for some strange reason, they got their wish and the movie was heavily boycotted on the first day.  In fact, the film Dobaaraa has been making headlines ever since they asked people to boycott their movie and citizens took it up and have boycotted the film. #BoycottDobaaraa was already trending on Twitter, as usual Indians seem to be in the trend of massive boycotts.

As per early estimates reported by sacnilk.com, the film has earned 0.60 crores in India. The film has drastically failed at the box office. Dobaaraa reportedly only had a 2% to 3% day one theatre occupancy rate. According to reports, a few of the movie’s early shows have been cancelled.

Sumit Kadel, a film trade analyst, took to Twitter and wrote, “#Dobaaraa is off to a DISASTROUS start at the box office, the film is registering merely 2-3% occupancy while many early shows are getting cancelled due to NO AUDIENCE..(sic),” he tweeted.

Netizens have started a boycott trend #BoycottDobaaraa on Twitter as Anurag and Taapsee had jokingly stated in a recent interview that even they wish to get boycotted just like Aamir Khan starrer Laal Singh Chaddha and Akshay Kumar starrer Raksha Bandhan.

Talking about these boycott trends on social media, Anurag Kashyap told Pinkvilla, “I am used to it. It affects those whose films do over Rs. 100 crore. My films have not even gone beyond Rs. 32 crores. For me, it is nothing new. I have been boycotted since the time Twitter started. Ask me questions that affect me.”

Taapsee, who was also part of the same interview, told the portal, “I feel out of place when even biggies are being boycotted. Who wouldn’t want to be in the league of Aamir Khan and Akshay Kumar? Please boycott us too. Don’t leave us.” She even said that she never trends on Twitter for her photos, unlike other Bollywood stars.

She tweets:

 

So here is how their challenge got the movie boycotted. Be careful what you wish for!

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