Tadap Box Office Collection Day 9: Ahan Shetty And Tara Sutaria’s Starrer Progressing Slowly – Figures InsideBox officeMovies
Even on its ninth day of release, Tadap, starring newcomer Ahan Shetty and Tara Sutaria, has established a firm hold at the box office. At the box office, the film had a slow but steady rise
In its second weekend, the Ahan Shetty and Tara Sutaria starrer has surpassed the 1 crore mark. As a result, fair collections might be amassed on a daily basis. After grossing Rs 1.02 crores on Friday, the picture experienced a little increase on Saturday, grossing Rs 1.23 crores. Of course, the figures are modest, and given the virtues that it possesses, the footprints should have been higher.
However, for the time being, the Sajid Nadiadwala and Milan Luthria movie is primarily collecting at mass centres, particularly single screens, and while footfalls are present, low ticket prices mean that collections are half of what they would have been if the same footfalls had come from multiplexes. Tadap’s total is now 23.30 crores.
The good news would be that Bollywood has another central character in the shape of Ahan Shetty, who may be featured in more big-budget films, and how he grows in his career will be determined by his future movies. Tara Sutaria, on the other hand, has had a good run with audiences following Student of the Year, Marjaavaan, and now Tadap, and she is undoubtedly here to stay.
Two additional films that were released on December 10 have made their way into the big screens. Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui and Velle were just launched in theatres the other day. It’s possible that these films will compete at the box office. This weekend will reveal which movie surpasses and which takes a step back.
Tadap, on the other hand, is a contemporary love story that includes love, deceit, and bloodshed. The film features newcomer Ahan Shetty romancing Tara Sutaria. The battle for love, as well as all they did for one another, is flawless. Because it is a current love story, the crowd that has flocked to theatres is mostly made up of teenagers.