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Sanjay Dutt To Taapsee Pannu: 5 Bollywood Celebs Who Had Two Releases On The Same Day

MensXP logo MensXP 14-08-2022 Aakash Kumar
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Bollywood is among the most prominent film industries in the world and unexpected things often take place here. Interestingly, at times, actors also experience two releases on the same day.

In most cases, only one of those films works out at the box office. From Sanjay Dutt to Taapsee Pannu, let’s take a look at popular Bollywood celebrities who clashed with themselves at the ticket window with their two movies releasing on the same day.

Amitabh Bachchan

In 2004, Big B’s Khakee and Aetbaar were released on the same day. While Khakee turned out to be a semi-hit, Aetbaar was a big failure with collections of just Rs 4.25 crore at the box office. Well, this wasn’t the only time when Amitabh’s two films were released on the same date. Later, in 2007, R Balki’s Cheeni Kum and Apoorva Lakhia’s Shootout At Lokhandwala too clashed at the box office. Both the movies featured Bachchan in key roles and achieved semi-hit verdicts.

Taapsee Pannu

Amit Roy’s Running Shaadi and Sankalp Reddy’s The Ghazi Attack, both featuring Taapsee Pannu in pivotal roles, clashed at the box office in 2017. While the former was a disaster, the latter was an average grosser.

Sanjay Sutt

Sanjay Dutt appeared in supporting roles in his 2009 releases All The Best and Blue. Both of them were among the biggest films of the year and released on Diwali. While All the Best was an above-average affair with a final collection of Rs 41.41 crore nett, Blue flopped badly despite a promising opening and finished its theatrical run with Rs 38.55 crore nett.

Preity Zinta

Znta's Dil Chahta Hai and Yeh Raaste Hain Pyaar Ke were released on the same day. Despite having an average run at the ticket window, Dil Chahta Hai has turned out to be a cult film over the years. While Yeh Raaste Hain Pyaar Ke was an absolutely forgettable affair.

Suneil Shetty

In 2006, Suniel Shetty’s Phir Hera Pheri and Chup Chup Ke clashed at the box office. While the sequel to Hera Pheri was a big success with a collection of Rs 40.81 crore nett, Chup Chup Ke performed averagely and earned Rs 13.75 crore nett in its theatrical run.

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