Arjun Kapoor after giving three back-to-back hits last year
(Gunday, 2 States and Finding Fanny), has given
the solo hero hit with Tevar. The film kick-started with a
bang for 2015.
Tevar which was made on a budget of Rs 30 Cr and
released in more than 2800 screens, an opening day collection
of Rs 8 to 10 Cr was the target.
With 60% occupancy in the theatres, Tevar made an
average business on the first day of it's release. The single
screen moviegoers were the main target audiences. Tevar did an
impressive business in Delhi and Rajasthan.
With only Aamir Khan’s three weeks old PK, Tevar
doesn’t have any strong Bollywood competition till next week when
Bipasha Basu's Alone will release. Tevaris
predicted to make good business during the weekend.
Though Tevarbeing a remake of Mahesh Babu's Okkadu, lacks the originality is what many audiences feel. However, going by the first day occupancy and the predicted reports, Tevar will make a good business at the Box Office.