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The Vaccine War Day 4 Box Office Collection: Vivek Agnihotri Film Grows On Day 4

The Vaccine War Day 4 Box Office Collection
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Vivek Agnihotri, the acclaimed director of ‘The Kashmir Files,’ finds himself facing a different battle with his latest venture, ‘The Vaccine War.’ Despite the success of his previous film, the medical drama centered around the development of the Covid-19 vaccine is struggling to make waves at the box office. With a budget of approximately Rs 10 crore, the film has managed to rake in Rs 5 crore so far.

 

The Vaccine War Day 4 Box Office Collection

The Vaccine War Cast
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Released on September 28, ‘The Vaccine War’ faced tough competition from ‘Fukrey 3’ and Kangana Ranaut’s ‘Chandramukhi 2’. However, it could only muster a modest opening with a meager Rs 1.3 crore. The subsequent days didn’t bring relief as the film failed to show significant growth. Thus earning Rs 2.20 crore on its first Sunday. With an overall occupancy of 21.34% in the Hindi belt on October 1. It seems the vaccine-themed drama isn’t injecting much enthusiasm into the audience.

 

Critical Reception

The Vaccine War Anupam Kher
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Despite featuring a star-studded cast including Anupam Kher, Nana Patekar, Sapthami Gowda, and Pallavi Joshi. ‘The Vaccine War’ has received mixed reviews from critics and audiences—the film delves into the untold stories behind the creation of India’s first COVID-19 vaccine. Thus, it pays homage to the tireless efforts of the medical fraternity and scientists during the pandemic. While ‘The Vaccine War’ battles at the box office. Its fate in the coming weeks will reveal whether it can overcome initial hurdles and build momentum. The film’s narrative depth and the stellar cast might still find a receptive audience as word-of-mouth spreads. Thus offering hope for a late-game triumph.

 

Behind The Scenes

The Vaccine War Plot
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Produced by Pallavi Joshi, ‘The Vaccine War’ unfolds the chapters of Indian bio-scientists. And their struggles in developing indigenous vaccines. It is marketed as ‘India’s first bio-science film’. It specifically focuses on creating Covaxin during the challenging times of the Covid-19 pandemic. While ‘The Vaccine War’ addresses a crucial aspect of recent history. Its performance at the box office raises questions about the audience’s appetite for pandemic-related narratives as the film aims to capture the sacrifices and triumphs of the Indian scientific community. Its lackluster reception underscores the challenges of translating critical acclaim into commercial success.

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Savy Dayal
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