Ayushmann Khurrana's comedy picture Doctor G had a respectable opening weekend box office haul, according to data from Box Office Day 5. But now that the new week has begun, the movie is having a tough time selling tickets. Based on good word of mouth, the Bollywood film has drawn crowds to national multiplex chains, but this is not enough to guarantee that it will do well commercially. It is anticipated that Doctor G will have a difficult time in the future due to pushback from the Hindi dubbed version of Kantara.
Kantara holds Doctor G's business.
Following the trend, Doctor G's first-week earnings are predicted to be between Rs 19 and Rs 20 crore. At the box office, Kantara has been a strong rival for the Bollywood release, and even its ticket prices have been reduced. As Kantara's business expands, more and more viewers will turn to the regional release, which has drawn acclaim across the country for its storyline and directing. According to trade expert Taran Adarsh, Kantara's business has increased due to lower ticket costs. In the upcoming days, Doctor G will likely face a significant obstacle. The movie made Rs. 1.50 crore on Monday, and similar amounts were made on Tuesday.
Will Doctor G collapse before Diwali?
Black Adam, starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, will premiere in theatres on October 20. The superhero movies will draw crowds to theaters, resulting in fewer people seeing Doctor G. Two Bollywood blockbusters, Ram Setu and Thank God, are set for release on October 25, the day after Diwali is anticipated that Doctor G will suffer in the coming days.
About the Movie Doctor G
Anubhuti Kashyap makes her feature film directing debut with Doctor G, a film starring Ayushmann Khurrana, Shefali Shah, and Rakul Preet Singh. Dr. Uday Gupta (played by Ayushmann Khurrana) hesitantly joins the gynecology department of a Bhopal medical college in the film. He begins but soon finds himself involved in several amusing occurrences.
After its theatrical run, Doctor G will be available for streaming on Netflix.