Nawazuddin Siddiqui starrer Freaky Ali received mixed reviews from the audience and going to flop on the box office. The movie faced a drastic drop on its second weekend at the box office and failed to pull good number of audience to theatres. The movie didn’t managed to collect that much amount on box office which was expected by the makers before its release. The movie hit the theatres with huge hype but failed to create its magic. The movie struggles on the box office and not even manage to collect its budget amount. This is the biggest disaster of Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s career which failed to impress audience.
Freaky Ali is one of the most awaited movie which was released with very high expectations as Salman Khan promoted the movie on many big events. The movie was released on 9th September 2016 on many big screens but the budget of the movie is lower than Sidharth and Katrina’s ‘Baar Baar Dekho’. The makers of the movie expected that the movie will earn good bucks but the reality is something different. It is said that the performance of the movie has not been up to the mark.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui played the main lead role in the movie and did great work with his character. He is a very talented actor of Bollywood who did many different roles in his career. Amy Jackson played the female lead role opposite Nawazuddin. Arbaaz Khan seen also played the important role in the movie. They all did great efforts for the movie and their efforts appreciated by the audience but overall the movie drops down at the box office.
Freaky Ali was released with another awaited film ‘Baar Baar Dekho’ starring Sidharth Malhotra and Katrina Kaif. Through this clash, Freaky Ali becomes the second choice of the audience and it affects the collection of both the movies.
The movie is written, directed and produced by Sohail Khan. The first weekend collection of the movie was Rs. 8.50 crore on the box office. The movie total collection till now is around Rs. 15 crore (apprx) on the box office and it is expected the movie will removed from almost all theatres after this week.