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Attack box office collection Day 2: John Abrahams film fails to keep up with the competition, collects around Rs. 3 crores

Attack, starring John Abraham, is now playing in theatres. The film has given India its first super soldier, capable of annihilating ob entire army
Attack box office collection Day 2: John Abrahams film fails to keep up with the competition, collects around Rs. 3 crores
Attack film day 2 collection

Attack, starring John Abraham, is now playing in theatres. The film has given India its first super soldier, capable of annihilating ob entire army on his alone. The crowd, on the other hand, appears to be dismissive of the super soldier. That is, at least, what the figures show.

On its opening day, Attack had a poor start at the box office, and it didn't pick up any steam on Saturday. Despite the fact that Saturday was a half holiday in most regions, collections have stayed nearly unchanged. According to trade insider Sumit Kadel, the film grossed around Rs. 3.25 crores on Day 1, bringing the total to Rs. 6.25 crores. The film's day two collection was tweeted by trade expert Rohit Jaiswal, who confirmed the film's tragic end. He further predicted that the film will gross less than Rs 15 crores at the box office. The film's OTT release, according to Rohit, may assist with box office receipts, but it won't be enough to offset the film's hefty losses.

It's a little figure, and if it doesn't pick up, it'll be a box-office disaster. This will also reduce the likelihood of a sequel, which was promised at the end of Attack. The film hinted that a sequel will be developed shortly, with an army of super soldiers replacing one super soldier to safeguard the country.

Attack isn't just another action film; it's a sci-fi action film with a futuristic outlook, which is a fresh concept in Indian cinema. In interviews, John Abraham has often stated that the success of films like Attack is critical in giving directors like Lakshya Raj Anand the courage to pursue more edgy and dangerous themes that would expand the creative horizon.

Unfortunately, the film's producers may not be able to repay their costs, and the picture may end up being a loss-making venture for its backers. Because audiences are so particular about the material they want to see, producers will need to create new tactics to attract audiences to theatres while avoiding financial losses as a result of lower attendance.