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Vijay Deverakonda ‘disappointed’ after seeing Liger at theatre, ‘upset’ by negativity: Report

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After seeing his recently released movie Liger in a theatre, Vijay Deverakonda is allegedly furious. The actor, who promoted Liger around India, was unimpressed with the finished film after seeing it at the Sudarshan theatre in Hyderabad.

Liger was a very ambitious endeavour that served as Vijay’s pan-Indian debut. Vijay is upset over the film’s disappointing box office performance, claims a report on Track Tollywood, as cited by BollywoodLife.com.

According to Track Tollywood, Vijay Deverakonda “cried “after Liger’s Hyderabad performance. He appeared to be dissatisfied with the outcome. The crowd’s muted response also “dampened” “in a mood.

Producer of the film Liger Charmme Kaur recently discussed the recent back-to-back box office flops in Bollywood and how it is currently a “dangerous situation.” Only Rs. 4.50 crores were brought in by the Hindi version of Liger on Friday. Despite having a 25 August release date, the movie only played on a few screens on Thursday. Just Rs. 1.25 crore had been collected on Thursday.

“While sitting at home, people may easily get better content with only one click. The entire family can watch the most expensive movies on television, but they won’t go to the movies unless you truly excite them “Charmme spoke with the Free Press Journal. But in Bollywood, this is not the case. Three Telugu movies, Bimbisara, Sita Ramam, and Karthikeya 2 did astronomically well in August, grossing between Rs. 150 and Rs. 170 crores. It took place in the same nation. It is challenging to comprehend since it doesn’t imply that Southerners are film nutbags. It is a frightening and hopeless situation.”

Liger was jointly produced by Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions and Puri Connects. The Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, and Malayalam versions of Liger, which also stars Ananya Panday, are currently playing in theatres.

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