Do Aur Do Pyaar And LSD 2 First Weekend Box Office Collection: Both Films Struggle At BO

Do Aur Do Pyaar LSD2 Day 1 Collection

This weekend at the Domestic Box Office Collection, we saw a disheartening figure as two new releases, “Do Aur Do Pyaar” and “LSD 2,” failed to draw in crowds in spite of promotions like the Buy one get one offer.


Low Opening Weekend Collection

Do Aur Do Pyaar Story

The rom-com “Do Aur Do Pyaar” starring Pratik Gandhi, Vidya Balan, Ileana D’Cruz, and Sendhil Ramamurthy dealt with a disappointing Rs 3.43 crore in its initial end of the week. In the meantime, Dibakar Banerjee’s “LSD 2” could gather only Rs 50 lakh. Thus flagging a tough beginning for the two movies.

Box Office Collection Details For Do Aur Do Pyaar:

Day Box Office Collection
Day 1 Rs 80 lakh
Day 2 Rs 1.28 crore
Day 3 Rs 1.35 crore
Total Rs 3.43 crore

Box Office Collection Details For LSD 2:

Day Box Office Collection
Day 1 Rs 15 lakh
Day 2 Rs 17 lakh
Day 3 Rs 18 lakh
Total Rs 50 Lakh


Challenges For New Release

Regardless of featuring known actors, “Do Aur Do Pyaar” and “LSD 2” have struggled to have an impact, suggesting challenges in drawing in crowds to the theaters. In competition with previously released films like “Maidaan” and “Bade Miyan Chote Miyan,” which performed better despite negative reviews, further blocked the new release’s growth in numbers.


Movie Synopsis And Details

“Do Aur Do Pyaar” marks the directorial debut of Shirsha Guha Thakurta and explores the life of two married people who look for relations outside their marriage. The film flaunts a stellar cast, including Pratik Gandhi, Vidya Balan, Ileana D’Cruz, and Sendhil Ramamurthy, yet failed to resonate firmly with crowds. Also, “LSD 2,” directed by Dibakar Banerjee, presents three loosely connected stories of people navigating external validation in the age of social media. Notwithstanding its fascinating reason, the film’s niche topic might have restricted its appeal to mainstream crowds. Also, the first weekend collection raised queries and concerns about the film’s capacity to sustain even for a week. “Do Aur Do Pyaar” may struggle to even reach Rs 5 crores, while “LSD 2” faces a daunting task to succeed and cross Rs 1 crore.


Anticipation Builds For BO

Do Aur Do Pyaar Vidya Balan

With upcoming Bollywood releases in coming weeks like “Ruslaan” and “Srikanth” garnering consideration. Therefore, expectations and hopes are nailed to these movies to restore the BO before a wave of new releases hits theaters in May. This week’s lackluster performance of “Do Aur Do Pyaar” and “LSD 2” also highlights the difficulties confronting Bollywood in the midst of tough competition and changing crowd choices and opinions to watch different genres.

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