Parmanu Box Office Day 1 Early Trends: John Abraham starrer Parmanu has opened with decent number on box office. The movie was released yesterday. Parmanu is a story of pokhran based on the nuclear bomb test explosions conducted by the Indian Army at Pokhran in 1988.
The movie has performed satisfactorily at the box office. From the early trends it seems the movie has a pretty decent opening on its first day.
According to what early trends suggest the movie has earned in the range of 4-5 crores on its first day. Which is a good start at the box office. Since the weekend is here, the film might grow more due to the positive word of mouth.
John in an interview with IANS said, ”I was very influenced by Rajiv Gandhi’s assassination, and by the nuclear tests. It defined the trajectory in my life because of incidents that were associated with the sanctions that followed. I was planning to go somewhere, to a college, (but I) didn’t get through. There was anger at first, then the understanding came that this (nuclear status) can make India great… I started thinking like an Indian and started feeling like a nationalist,”
“I think today’s youth does not know what happened 20 years ago in May 1998. It is the biggest case of nuclear espionage in the world, and it happened on Indian soil. I thought it was a story to be told. I asked myself, ‘Is this film very difficult to pull off?’ And then I smiled because I was going to do it. And because it was difficult to pull off, and was not a formula film, I decided to do it.” stated John.
Parmanu has also left him wiser as a producer as he fought a legal battle for it.