Goodbye Day 1 Box Office: The first day of business for Goodbye, starring Amitabh Bachchan and Rashmika Mandanna, was not a successful one.
The box office receipts on the first day of Amitabh Bachchan’s latest film, Goodbye, indicate that the film’s run in theatres would be brief. Not even the 1 crore milestone was broken on the first day. Goodbye, a black comedy about a woman’s death and her family’s preparation for the funeral, bombed at the box office.
According to industry insiders, Goodbye’s opening day gross was only 90 lakh rupees. On its first day, Jhund, Amitabh’s previous film, made 1.5 crores. Godfather, also released this week and starring Chiranjeevi, is doing significantly better at the box office. It only took three days after its release to earn 100 million.
The makers of Goodbye previously stated that tickets for the film’s opening day will cost $150 in the United States. Balaji Motion Pictures tweeted a clip from a video in which Bachchan made the announcement.
On October 7th, our movie “Goodbye” will be playing in a theatre near you. On October 7th, we will be selling a “Goodbye” ticket at a discounted rate. A ticket can be purchased for $150. As such, I urge you to take the kids to a local theatre to see the movie. The adage “See you there!” in the video, the 79-year-old said.
The film “Goodbye,” starring Rashmika Mandanna and a cast including Neena Gupta, Pavail Gulati, Elli Avram, Sunil Grover, Sahil Mehta, and Abhishek Khan, deals with issues of coming of age, family dynamics, and finding joy in the face of loss. The video shows the chaos that every family goes through when coping with life’s ups and downs, but it also subtly emphasizes the importance of being there for one another.
On the horizon for Amitabh is Sooraj Bharjatrya’s Uunchai, which also stars Parineeti Chopra, Boman Irani, and others. In addition to his work alongside Prabhas and Deepika Padukone in Project K, he also has a role in the film.