Ganapath Review: Directed by Vikas Bahl and co-produced by Jackky Bhagnani, Tiger Shroff and Kriti Sanon take on dynamic roles in an action-packed storyline. However, despite the buzz and hype, the film’s initial box office performance on its opening day was far from expectations.
As reported by Sacnilk.com, “Ganapath” struggled to make a significant impact, raking in a mere ₹2.50 crore on its first day in India. Although it managed to surpass its contemporary release, “Yaariyan 2,” the lackluster performance speaks volumes about the audience’s reception.
The movie’s storyline revolves around Tiger Shroff’s portrayal of an “immortal” mercenary, with Amitabh Bachchan playing the role of his grandfather. Kriti Sanon, too, features prominently, engaging in several action sequences throughout the film. However, despite its star-studded cast, the movie has failed to strike a chord with the critics.
The film’s futuristic premise as “silly,” further criticizing its disjointed narrative that heavily relies on action sequences and dance numbers. The lack of a coherent plot appears to be a major pitfall for this high-budget venture.
Despite Tiger Shroff‘s commitment to continually reinvent himself as an action hero, the film seems to have fallen short of expectations. In a recent promotional event, Shroff highlighted the challenges of meeting the audience’s growing demands, emphasizing the need to push boundaries in the action genre. However, it appears that “Ganapath” failed to hit the mark in this endeavor.
While the movie does boast impressive action sequences and a futuristic setting, the overall execution leaves much to be desired. With a disjointed plot and lackluster storyline, “Ganapath” struggles to deliver a compelling cinematic experience.