It is expected to mint Rs 35 crore on the day of its release and grow even stronger with positive reviews. So, the deciding factor in this match between cricket and Bharat is Ali Abbas Zafar. Bharat, a period drama, is the official remake of the Korean film Ode to My Father. With good reviews, the film will remain unaffected by the cricket mania. If the content will be bad, people will say, ‘Leave the film, let’s watch India’s match’.”
But Girish also suggested that the impact of the World Cup will only be visible if the reviews are bad. Advertising
While discussing the box office prospects of Bharat, film trade analyst Girish Johar said, “The film has to pass the content test and that will decide its fate. The film is resting on his shoulder. But to what extent again boils down to the content. Also read | Bharat box office prediction: Salman Khan starrer to earn Rs 35 crore on Day 1
“It (India vs South Africa) won’t matter if the content of Bharat is good. Apart from him, Salman’s stardom is also in play,” Girish Johar said. 0
Comment(s) The India vs South Africa match on Wednesday will definitely make a dent at the box office.