female actors can bring big opening numbers on box office: Swara Bhaskar

female actors can bring big opening numbers on box office: Swara Bhaskar

Actress Swara Bhaskar believes ‘Veere Di Wedding’ is breaking another glass ceiling in Bollywood. She said, because of the film’s success now the industry won’t be able to say female actors cannot bring big opening numbers on box office.

Swara Bhaskar and  Sikha Talsania surprised the audience of the released film ‘Veere Di Wedding’ on Monday.

When dedicating the film’s success to the producers Swara said, “Ekta (Kapoor) deserves every credit for having pushed and backed this film. Rhea and Ekta have really done a tremendous job in making this film. And I think there was this notion in Bollywood that the masala commercial space is like the male bastion in terms of opening and ‘Veere Di Wedding’ has made a small crack in the glass ceiling with these amazing opening numbers. Now people won’t be able to say female stars cant bring great opening numbers on box office.”

The multi starrer is co-produced by Balaji Motion Pictures, Anil Kapoor Films & Communication Network, and Saffron Broadcast & Media Ltd

On reacting to everyone’s feedback on the film Swara said she is happy to see people appreciate the film.”The audience is really excited and happy when leaving the theater and the biggest thing is people are coming out feeling very positive and with high energy. Everyone is loving everyone’s performances. “

“I don’t really know how to calculate the numbers and what they mean but I am thankful for the kind of numbers we are getting. For me it really means that people are watching and appreciating what we have done and as an artist, I am happy with that,” she added.

Directed by Shashanka Ghosh, the film revolves around four friends attending a wedding. It stars Sonam Kapoor, Swara Bhaskar, and Shikha Talsania who are attending  Kareena Kapoor Khan’swedding in the film.

The film released on 1st June and opened at a whopping Rs 10.70 crore.  On Monday, the film earned Rs 6.04 crore, taking it total collection to Rs 42.56 crore.

By News Helpline