How much will Amitabh Bachchan and Rashmika Mandanna’s film Goodbye make on day one?
The film Goodbye by national heartthrob Rashmika Mandanna, Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan and actress Neena Gupta has been knocking in theaters. The film has been in the news for the past few days and its songs and trailer teasers have received a good response from audiences. In such a situation, let us tell you how much this film can earn on the first day.
How much can a film earn on the first day
Let us tell you that Goodbye is a heartwarming family film and Rashmika Mandanna makes her Bollywood debut with this film. Rashmika’s fan base has been growing across India since Pushpa’s success and her fans want to see her in more and more films.
The film was released today (October 7th) and is not a big budget film. According to media reports, the budget of the film is around Rs 20 crore and the film can earn up to Rs 2 to 3 crore.
What is the story of the film
The story of Goodbye is about a family that is quite scattered as a normal family sees these days. Children are busy in their lives and old parents are constantly looking for their children. The story of the film takes a turn
When the mother (Neena Gupta) dies and the children come back from different parts of the country and abroad. Some have a problem with customs at the last minute, some then also do office work in the last process. There are many laughing and emotional moments in the film.
Bhau boycotts the farewell
It is worth noting that Hindustani is boycotting Bhau Goodbye over Ekta Kapoor. In fact, Hindustani Bhau shared a video on Instagram a while ago. On the other hand, Ekta Kapoor was told a lot of lies in this video of about 11.5 minutes, in which Bhau had a lot of respect for the Indian Army.
In the video, Bhau says, “Two years ago today, Ek Tha Pigeon did a series of Triple X in ALTBalaji. Our Indian army, their uniform and their family were defamed. Then I raised my voice and supported all of India. Ekta was told to apologize.
The one who intercepts bullets for us by wearing the uniform slandered him. People tried to buy me with money, I was threatened, I was under pressure. To me there is no more money than the Indian Army and when it comes to power I don’t care. Today it must be said that it is your duty to boycott his film Goodbye. in
In support of the Deion army and their families. Because if you don’t stand up for them now, it’s all for nothing. Nothing will mean anything. We boycotted everyone who made fun of our religion, made fun of the gods. If there is anyone after God, it is our army, BSF, police, etc. They protect us, whoever goes against them, defames them, they will not leave them. Because of them we celebrate the festival.