A Flying Jattthathit the screens on August 25, 2016, did not perform as per the expectations. The film did not create the same hype asAkshay's Rustom.

The previous two releases of the Jackie Shroff’s sondid well at the box office, but he was not able to repeat the magic again.

The moviewas made at a budget of Rs 70 crore is anticipated to recover its costs barely. At the end of the Eighth day, the cinema was able to rake in just half thecost.

The film also features Jacqueline Fernandez as the leading female actress and plays the love interest of the flying Jatt. The first week collections were good but after that, the slide began.

The film was opened in 2600 screens and attracted mostly the young and the kids. The story of the film, a superhero that is afraid of heights and dogs did not augur well with the Indian audience.

The initial buzz for the movie was good and on the first day of the release managed to gather in 7.10 cr The occupancy started falling from the fifth day and the second weekend is expected to be worse with another action packed flick starring Sonakshi Sinha, Akira being released.

‘A Flying Jatt’, is co-written and directed by well-known choreographer Remo D’Souza.

The 10th day saw occupancy drop to 35%, and it managed a weak collection of 1.01 crore. Today is the twelfth day, and it is estimated to collect about 82 lakhs.

As expected, it is struggling to survive and has so far collected only 36.95 crore in India.

Public review of 'Akira'

Sonakshi's 'Akira' also did not deliver as per the expectations. On the first day, it did a business of Rs 5.15 cr, day 2 Rs 5.30 crore.

and on Sunday, the earnings were slightly higher at Rs 6.20 cr. totaling to Rs 16.65 crores in three days.

Overseas, 'Akira' performed decently during the weekend with a collection of $ 8,67,300 (Rs 5.67 Cr). Its UAE market was $425,000 while in Pakistan it earned $110,000.

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Overall these two movies did average sales and failed to make a mark at the international arena.

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