Bade Miyan Chote Miyan takes a dilatory beginning in southern languages despite Prithviraj’s sight

Ali Abbas Zafar’s film is completely different from Bade Miyan Chote Miyan with the release. The stakes for the film are indeed important, not only because it features two major action stars like Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff, but also for the thrilling scenes of South’s sensational Prithviraj. The style of the North Assembly was expected to bring a terrifying echo to both sides, but a real ghostly silence is heard from the South. The film is being released in Tamil, Telugu, and Malayalam languages, and only the Tamil language has garnered some traction, while Malayalam is the slowest. According to industry operative Saaknilk, the film has sold 2279 tickets so far in Tamil (worth 186639 rupees), while it has sold 299 tickets in Telugu (worth 27065 rupees) and only 3 tickets in Malayalam (worth 660 rupees). There are scheduled shows for a total of 281 shows for all 3 languages. In the past several months, Prithviraj has achieved some remarkable box office results.

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