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Kangana's Tejas Struggles at the Box Office, Earning Just Rs 1.25 Crore on Day 3

Kangana Ranaut's aerial action-packed movie Tejas continues to face challenges at the box office. The film's third-day earnings in India stood at just Rs 1.25 crore, disappointing the makers. Tejas, which hit theaters on October 27, received a lukewarm response from the audience from the very beginning. Hopes were high for a weekend turnaround, but the film's earnings remained sluggish.

Kangana's Tejas Struggles at the Box Office, Earning Just Rs 1.25 Crore on Day 3 Image Source -www.economictimes.indiatimes.com

Kangana Ranaut's aerial action-packed movie Tejas continues to face challenges at the box office. The film's third-day earnings in India stood at just Rs 1.25 crore, disappointing the makers. Tejas, which hit theaters on October 27, received a lukewarm response from the audience from the very beginning. Hopes were high for a weekend turnaround, but the film's earnings remained sluggish.

Tejas' performance on its third day was underwhelming, as it could only manage to collect Rs 1.25 crore, bringing its total earnings to Rs 3.80 crore. This trend suggests that Kangana Ranaut's Tejas might struggle to sustain itself in the competitive box office landscape. Several of Kangana Ranaut's previous films also faced challenges, failing to make a mark in terms of box office collections.

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On the opening day, Tejas earned a modest Rs 1.25 crore, which was followed by Rs 1.30 crore on the second day. The earnings for the third day have now been revealed, indicating the film's continued struggle to gain momentum.

Despite being in theaters for three days, Tejas has not even crossed the Rs 5 crore mark, making it a challenging journey for the film. Moreover, it faces tough competition from Thalapathy Vijay's film, Leo. Kangana Ranaut's next project is a biopic on the late Indira Gandhi titled "Emergency."

In summary, Kangana Ranaut's Tejas movie is facing difficulties in terms of box office earnings, struggling to make a significant impact despite high expectations. The film's slow performance indicates the challenges it encounters in India's competitive movie industry.

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