Bollywood films: 2022 has proved to be a very bad year for Hindi cinema. Apart from Drishyam 2, Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2, Brahmastra and the Kashmir Files, all Bollywood films have proved to be box office failures. This year is increasing the tension for Bollywood stars as films of many big Bollywood stars have not been able to perform well. However, this year the box office has been dominated by South films and Hollywood films. The story of many Bollywood films was also good, but due to the trend of boycott, the collection of these films was not good.
The famous film ‘Bhediya,’ starring Bollywood actor Varun Dhawan, did not perform well in theatres. However, the critics mostly praised this film. Varun Dhawan’s acting and the film’s incredible VFX technology were both appreciated. This film received a lot of appreciation from the audience, however it is claimed that due to the large earnings of Drishyam 2, the film was unable to run at the box office. The budget of Bhediya was Rs 60 crore and the film collected Rs. 86 crores.
An Action Hero
With An Action Hero, Ayushmann Khurrana starred in an action movie for the first time in his career, but he failed to wow his fans. The film, directed by Anirudh Iyer and starring Jaideep Ahlawat, received mixed reviews from critics. An Action Hero, which was made on a Rs 30 crore budget, has earned Rs 10 crore nett at the box office since its December 2 release.
Ayushmann Khurrana ‘Doctor G,’ directed by Anubhuti Kashyap, was a classic film in which he played the confused guy who has been a victim of society prejudices his entire life. As a result, when he is accepted into a medical school to study gynaecology, he is plainly quite uneasy. Khurrana’s film, however, provides a timely message about gender stereotypes that have existed in our society for a long time. ‘Doctor G,’ which was effective, humorous, and engaging, was right up Khurrana’s alley, and he did not disappoint.
Laal Singh Chaddha
Laal Singh Chaddha, one of the most anticipated films of 2022, was billed as Aamir Khan’s huge comeback on the big screen after Dangal (2016). The official remake of the Academy Award-winning Hollywood classic Forrest Gump (1994). It took three years to complete the filming. No surprise that Laal Singh Chaddha, despite the charming chemistry between Aamir and Kareena Kapoor Khan, failed to attract spectators. Advait Chandan’s ambitious project, reportedly constructed on a budget of Rs 186 crore, garnered only Rs 59 crore nett at the box office.
A young man on the verge of falling in love has his world flipped upside down when he realises he has the ability to manipulate fire and a link to a secret society of guardians. ‘Brahmastra’ became the 10th original Hindi film to break the 400 crore mark at the global box office. ‘Brahmastra’ grossed Rs 431 crore worldwide in all forms.