For Bollywood, the year 2022 has proven to be a roller coaster ride. On the one hand, there have been films with the greatest of highs, and on the other hand, there have been pictures with the lowest of lows. Moreover, there has been many Bollywood’s biggest flops in 2022 only!
From Attack to Dhaakad are two examples of Bollywood’s biggest flops in 2022.
Let’s take a look at five examples of Bollywood’s Biggest Flops in 2022!
1. Attack: Part 1
In his home production Attack: Part 1, John Abraham introduced a new form of action filming. However, it failed to attract audiences, grossing only Rs 14.13 crore at the box office. In an Instagram post, John also acknowledged the film’s box office failure. Moreover, on the plus side, Attack also performed admirably on the OTT platform.
2. Bachchan Pandey
Bachchhan Paandey, a film starring Akshay Kumar, was released on Holi, however the audience rejected it after the first weekend. The Kashmir Files, which trounced its opponents badly, was a key reason for its massive box office disaster. Moreover, according to Box Office India, the film grossed Rs 49 crore in total.
Dhaakad, starring Kangana Ranaut, has become the biggest box office flop so yet. Despite being a new concept, it was pulled from theatres since it did not perform as predicted. During its lifetime, it earned Rs 2.24 crore. Now, the actress is concentrating on her forthcoming projects.
5. Heropanti 2
“Heropanti 2” was marketed as a big-screen action spectacle, but it did not perform well at the box office. Moreover, it was quickly supplanted by other films, and also its theatrical run was likewise shortened.
5. Jayeshbhai Jordar
Jayeshbhai Jordaar, starring Ranveer Singh, was a box office catastrophe of historic proportions, with the film dropping by nearly 50% on Day 4. According to early estimates, the YRF film has grossed between Rs. 1.60 and Rs. 1.80 crores, bringing the total to Rs. 13.70 crores.
6. Samrat Prithviraj
Samrat Prithviraj, Akshay Kumar’s freshly released film, appears to be failing at the box office. At the box office, the period drama was projected to make a lot of money. It is, however, having a slow run in theatres. On its first Tuesday, the box office for Samrat Prithviraj dropped dramatically.