Harom Hara Box Office Collection Day 5 Sudheer Babu's Film Underperforms; Struggles to Reach the Double Digit Mark!
Harom Hara Box Office Collection Day 5 Sudheer Babu's Film Underperforms; Struggles to Reach the Double Digit Mark!

Harom Hara Box Office Collection Day 5: Sudheer Babu’s Film Underperforms; Struggles to Reach the Double Digit Mark!

Harom Hara – The Revolt performed poorly at the box office in its first five days. Check out the box office performance of this Sudheer Babu-starring film!

Sudheer Babu’s latest action movie, Harom Hara – The Revolt, has underperformed at the box office in its first five days. Despite good word-of-mouth, the film’s occupancy rate has remained low all week. Read on!

In Harom Hara – The Revolt, which was produced by Sree Subramanyam Cinemas and directed by Gnanasagar Dwaraka, Sudheer Babu played the lead role. Malvika Sharma, Sunil Varma, and V. Jayaprakash are among the other cast members.

Harom Hara – The Revolt got mixed word-of-mouth and reviews, and it failed to attract audiences even on its opening day. The film earned 1.05 crore on its first day but dropped 4% to 1 crore on Day 2 (Saturday) and a similar sum on Day 3 (Sunday). The weekend results show that the audience did not respond positively to the film.

Harom Hara – The Revolt was unable to capitalize on the extended weekend that Bakrid provided and experienced a steady decline in box office receipts all week long. Monday, the fourth day, saw a 35% decrease in revenue, at 0.65 crore. Weekday sales were not very successful, as was to be expected. It made 0.48 crore on Tuesday, the fifth day. For the five days, a pitiful 4.18 crore has been collected in total. A low level of audience interest was indicated by the film’s occupancy rating of just 12.76% on Tuesday, June 18.

Sudheer Babu’s strategy is called into doubt by this lackluster performance. Even though he puts a lot of work into his projects, the regularity of his releases could bore viewers. Industry experts advise him to think about concentrating on fewer movies or perhaps taking a vacation to resurrect his career.

Harom Hara’s problems are made worse by the present trend of extremely stylized action movies. The film appears to have failed in its attempt to imitate the popularity of KGF and Pushpa by depending too much on enormous firearms and extravagant action scenes. Maybe it’s time to go over these clichés and concentrate on telling stories that are more accessible and interesting!

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