Teefa In Trouble Box office business has shattered the records in Pakistan. Ali Zafar starrer is the first ever Pakistani film to release in more than 25 countries. It is also the first non-Indian film that YRF (Yash Raj Films) and Indian film company is distributing internationally.
Teefa In Trouble Box Office Business
According to media reports, Teefa In Trouble grossed 2.5 crores on the first day of a non-holiday release on Pakistani box office. It broke the box office records and became the first Pakistani film to do so. Apart from shattering the first-day record, Teefa In Trouble Box Office reached five crores, reportedly.
It is interesting that Teefa In Trouble managed to leave an impact on box office despite the protests. Many disgruntled youngsters protested outside a Neuplex cinema in Karachi against Ali Zafar given the allegations of sexual harassment levied against the actor by Meesha Shafi. People also gathered outside Cinestar cinema in Johar Town, Lahore to take a stand against Ali Zafar.
A Fresh Blow of Air
An encouraging Teefa In Trouble Box Office review might serve as a fresh blow of air for Pakistani cinema. Ali Zafar and Maya Ali starrer which is the directorial debut of Ahsan Rahim may surpass Punjab Nahin Jaungi in term of business. It will also give Pakistani film industry a global recognition around the globe due to its worldwide release.
Teefa In Trouble Reviews
Teefa In Trouble has been a much-anticipated film since its announcement. It is the debut Pakistani film of actor and singer Ali Zafar who has worked in several Bollywood films before. Critics have praised the film for its action scenes, dialogues, cinematography but slammed the weak storyline. Overall, the audience has given a positive response to the movie. Film’s song Item Number had garnered more than 2 million views within two days of release. The audience also likes other songs which are mostly sung by Ali Zafar and Aima Baig.
Well, critics are also saying that while Teefa In Trouble has given a breakthrough to Pakistani cinema, the box office records are not enough. For the country’s film industry to take leap film-makers will have to work on the storyline and quality of scripts as well. There is no doubt that Pakistani films are doing a good job in term of box office business but they also lack that quality which is required to make a name for them on International level as well.