The Family That FLOPPED Together
Tuesday 31 March 2020 14.00 IST
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There have been these four films in the last 4-5 months which have basically looked like a family and cousins of each other and normally you would expect one member of the family to pass but thats not the rule in this side of the film industry as all the family members flopped and saw total rejection.



The similarities in these films were huge as all were female lead with ridiculously bad trailers whiche offered nothing and on top seemed to be pushing some social awareness message but the problem becomes with this sort of netflix cinema you dont have any reach to push whatever social awareness you want to show and on top the audience may not want to understand from you anyway as there are other better ways to learn than from cinema. 



The fact these films came up in just a few months is a surprise  which probably means that a part of the industry probably sees female driven films as the way forward. But its never about female or male driven films but about good films. The other side of the industry will believe its difficult to make good female driven films but thats not the case either as a Mother India and Hum Aapke Hain Kaun stand with the male testosterone driven Sholay and Gadar as historic blockbusters in Hindi cinema.



Recently there has been The Dirty Picture and the Tanu Weds Manu series which not only scored at the box office but also post their release on sateliite. The big difference between these films and the family which we have seen in the last few months is enteratinment. If entertainment is there then the audience will not even look if its female driven or male driven. There has also been Mardaani 2 which is a female film but that was simplistic with a protagonist v antagonist theme which will reach a wider audience therefore gettig some numbers.



The final domestic, overseas and worldwide results of this family which flopped together is as follows. The numbers tell the story of the rejection be it domestic or overseas.



Saand Ki Aankh 

India - 23,36,00,000

Overseas - $400,000

Worldwide - 30,59,00,000




India - 32,54,00,000

Overseas - $1,650,000

Worldwide - 49,78,00,000



India - 22,46,00,000

Overseas - $1,110,000

Worldwide - 34,30,00,000




India - 29,70,00,000

Overseas - $1,180,000

Worldwide - 43,78,00,000



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