Liger, a movie starring Vijay Deverakonda, has performed terribly at the box office. Due to this, the distributors in the south stand to lose several crores. Puri Jagannadh, the director, has now made a significant decision in this regard.
The movie “Liger,” starring Vijay Deverakonda and Ananya Panday, has not done well at the box office. The movie did so poorly that the southern distributors lost several crores as a result. A distributor from the south who confirmed this, Warangal Srinu, told the media, “I have lost up to 65% of my investment.”
Distributors suffered losses due to Liger Flop
According to reports in the E-Times, the film’s producer, Puri Jagannadh, has decided to make up for the distributors’ significant losses as a result of Liger’s failure. Puri will soon fly to Hyderabad, meet with those distributors, and make an announcement regarding compensation.
Just to refresh your memory, Warangal Srinu was the same person who attributed the failure of Liger to the boycott movement. He had stated in an interview with the E-Times, “Do we know that the unfortunate crew members will suffer the most from the actors and filmmakers’ social media boycott, all of this is destroying their families. such patterns The number of films will drop, with the poor people working in production bearing the brunt of it. They will experience financial hardship and struggle to provide for their families.
He continued, “This type of social media trend that is being driven by some people must stop.” A fresh plot against us is being developed every day. If you don’t like the movie, watch it first and then toss it in the trash. However, you can’t boycott a movie you haven’t seen. Simply put, that is untrue.
Let us remind you that after the box office failure of the movie Tubelight, Salman Khan returned the distributors’ money earlier in 2017. Salman Khan received a lot of praise at the time. On the other hand, if we discuss Liger, it would not be entirely accurate to say that the movie’s profits were only a result of social media backlash. In addition, Liger’s reviews were not great, which served as yet another nail in its coffin.