Tevar failed to perform at its best after a below average weekend at the domestic ticket windows. The film witnessed a drop in numbers on weekdays, and the weekend too continued to remain low. However, it collected nearly Rs 3 crores on its eighth day at the box office. Thus, the film now stands with a total collection of Rs 35 crores at the domestic ticket windows.
Since there are multiple films released today, Tevar will be washed out in the coming days. The film’s lifetime collections would be around Rs. 42 crores, which is much below than expected.
Tevar could run better through a good publicity of mouth. However, the film witnessed negative reviews from film critics, and was also not appreciated by the audience.
Contrary to expectations, it did not perform at its best. However, the producers are having a ball of a time, as it is a low-budget film.
Amit Sharma’s Tevar has been co-produced by Kapoor brothers – Boney and Sanjay. Tevar is a remake of Gunasekhar’s 2003 Telugu flick, Okkadu, which starred Mahesh Babu and Bhoomika Chawla in lead roles. Tevar also features Manoj Bajpai in a pivotal role.