Naga Chaitanya’s latest film “Custody” has failed to make a mark at the box office as it collected less than ₹9 crore in its opening weekend, according to trade sources. The film was released in Tamil and Telugu simultaneously, but it failed to attract the audience to the theaters. The film, directed by Venkat Prabhu, features Naga Chaitanya in the role of a police constable.
Despite the buzz around the film, it failed to perform well at the box office. The film’s poor performance has left its makers disappointed. The film was released in a few theaters, but the audience turnout was not as expected. Trade analysts predict that the film’s poor performance at the box office is due to a lack of promotion and competition from other films released on the same day.
Naga Chaitanya is known for his impressive performances in films such as “Ye Maaya Chesave,” “Manam,” and “Majili.” The actor was also appreciated for his performance in the film “Love Story,” which was released earlier this year. However, “Custody” has failed to impress the audience and critics alike.
The film’s director, Venkat Prabhu, is known for his films such as “Chennai 600028,” “Mankatha,” and “Biriyani.” However, “Custody” has failed to live up to the expectations set by his previous films. The film’s poor performance has left the director disheartened.
“Custody” has failed to make a mark at the box office, and its poor performance has left the makers disappointed. The film’s poor performance can be attributed to a lack of promotion and competition from other films released on the same day. Naga Chaitanya and Venkat Prabhu will have to bounce back with their next films to make up for the failure of “Custody.”