‘Article 370’ crossed Rs 30 crore, ‘Crack’ couldn’t get even half of the budget

“Article 370” and “Crack” will collide in theaters on the same day, February 23, 2024. In such a situation, while Yami Gautam’s film is doing well at the box office, Krack is facing the brunt of the conflict. Yami Gautam’s film Article 370 has done a great business of more than Rs 30 Crore in 6 days. But Vidyut Jammwal’s starrer film couldn’t earn even half of its budget.

According to Sacknilk’s report, ‘Article 370’ has clocked a turnover of Rs 3.10 crore on its sixth day so far. With this, the total collection of ‘Article 370’ has reached Rs 32.55 crore at the domestic box office. While ‘Krack’ has earned only Rs 0.8 crore on its sixth day so far and the film’s total collection is just Rs 11.5 crore.

As for the budget of Article 370, the film was made at a cost of Rs 20-25 million. The film had collected its budget within four days of its release. While the budget of Vidyut Jammwal’s ‘Krack’ is Rs 45 crore and the film has not been able to earn even half of its budget so far. In such a situation, while Article 370 succeeded in theaters, Vidyut Jammwal’s film seems to fail on screen.

Yami Gautam’s starrer film ‘Article 370’ depicts the story of abrogation of Article 370 from Kashmir. Apart from Yami Gautam, actors like Priyamani and Arun Govil are also featured in the film. Talking about the sports action film “Krack”, in which alongside Vidyut Jammwal, Arjun Rampal, Nora Fatehi and Amy Jackson also play important roles.

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