Liger Hindi Box Office: Vijay Deverakonda starrer performs low on its opening weekend

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Actor Vijay Deverakonda starrer Liger was considered to be one of the highly anticipated films of 2022; however, after the release of the film, the perception towards the film completely changed. Fans are not disappointed with the storyline but also with Vijay’s act. With the word of mouth, Liger failed to perform well at the box office. As per the latest numbers, Vijay Deverakonda and Ananya Panday starrer Liger gets a dismal response on its opening weekend.

According to the report in Box Office India, Liger collected Rs 3.75 crores on Sunday which makes the grand total to Rs 13.75 crores on its first weekend at the domestic markets. Even though the movie is not performing well in the Hindi-speaking belts, the film seems to do well in the other versions of the film.

Take a look at the Liger Hindi Box Office collections here:

Thursday – (previews) – Rs 1.25 crores approx

Friday – Rs 4.50 crores approx

Saturday – Rs 4.25 crores approx

Sunday – Rs 3.75 crores approx

TOTAL – Rs 13.75 crores approx


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Moreover, Bollywood Bubble gave 2.5 stars to Liger. A part of the review read, “Vijay Deverakonda looks absolutely dashing with his long locks and chiselled body. He shines in all the fighting scenes as this character was tailor-made for him. Vijay, Ramya Krishnan, Ronit Roy and the ring fights are the only good thing that I enjoyed in the film, rest ne dimaag ki waat laga di. Lazy writing, weak story and poor execution don’t make Liger a delightful watch. The film starts on a high note but the climax falls flat on its face.

Liger starring Vijay Deverakonda and Ananya Panday is a pan-India film which is helmed by Puri Jagannadh. The movie is bankrolled by Dharma Productions and is scheduled to release on August 25.

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