Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap's latest movie That Girl In Yellow Boots has made a slow beginning at the Box Office. Despite getting rave reviews from critics, the film has failed to cash in on the Eid and Ganesh festival season. According to reports, it has just achieved ten percent of what the makers had expected from it.
According to reports, Anurag Kashyap wanted minimum of 6,40,000 people to purchase tickets for his film That Girl In Yellow Boots, but it has just achieved ten percent of it. Trade analyst opine that the current figures show that it is going to be difficult for the producers to reach their mark. Trade sources say that the movie has barely managed a 20 per cent opening on Friday, but it dipped further on the following days.
That Girl In Yellow Boots is being screened in 37 cinema halls across Mumbai and on an average, less than 50 people are said to be watching the film in one screening. According to these figures, the number of people who have seen the film per day, will not be more than 25000. But producers Viacom 18 claim that over 75,000 people in Mumbai have watched the film.
However, there are a few important reasons behind the poor collection of That Girl In Yellow Boots. There were three other releases with this movie and Salman Khan's Bodyguard, which has been much-hyped movie, is enjoying the share of others at the Box Office. Secondly, it is running in very few screens. Another important aspect is that its promotion is nowhere near to Bodyguard.