The Lion King Box-Office Collections, Day 1: Shah Rukh Khan And Aryan Khan’s Voiced Film Opens In Double Digits
Here’s the first day collection of the Hindi version of The Lion King that has SRK and son Aryan Khan render his voice
One of the most iconic film, The Lion King hit theatres, yesterday. For those who don’t know, Shah Rukh Khan has lent his voice for Mufasa, while his son Aryan Khan has created a stir with his voice as Simba in the Hindi Version of The Lion King. Two days back, SpotboyE.com brought you the box-office early predictions of the film as suggested by Trade Analyst and Film Business expert, Girish Johar. We told you, the family entertainment was expected to collect Rs 13-15 Cr on first day at box-office. And once again we are bang on as The Lion King has garnered Rs 13.17 Cr on Day 1.
Trade Analyst Taran Adarsh Tweeted, “#TheLionKing roars... Opens in double digits on Day 1... Trends better than #SpiderManFarFromHome [Day 1: ₹ 10.05 cr]... Biz will witness an upturn on Day 2 and 3, when kids and families throng cineplexes... Fri ₹ 11.06 cr. India biz. Gross BOC: ₹ 13.17 cr. All versions.”
#TheLionKing roars... Opens in double digits on Day 1... Trends better than #SpiderManFarFromHome [Day 1: ₹ 10.05 cr]... Biz will witness an upturn on Day 2 and 3, when kids and families throng cineplexes... Fri ₹ 11.06 cr. India biz. Gross BOC: ₹ 13.17 cr. All versions.— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) July 20, 2019
SpotboyE Editor Vickey Lalwani rated the film with 2 stars and wrote, “As the film rolls out, you feel for neither the cub Simba nor his Dad Mufasa, and not even against Scar (former heir to the throne) who plots the duo's downfall with hyenas. Even the way that Simba figures out how to grow up and take back what is rightfully his, is depicted very weakly. Director saab Jon Favreau seems to have come to a belief that only technology can make a film. Absolute lack of emotions. But why? Reflective of today's times?”
“You also can't avoid getting a feeling that Favreau is out
to make this into more of a musical as the plot begins to dilute with the
passing of each scene but the songs seemed to have been picturised with lots of
passion. The only scene that stays in mind is Mufasa falling off from a height.
The one-on-one combat between Simba and Scar in the climax does not make
adrenaline flow, imagine!,” he further wrote.
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