“LSD 2: A Box Office Disaster despite critical acclaim”

The much-anticipated sequel to the 2010 film "Love Sex Aur Dhokha" (LSD), "LSD 2" has failed to impress at the box office.

The much-anticipated sequel to the 2010 film “Love Sex Aur Dhokha” (LSD), “LSD 2” has failed to impress at the box office. Despite receiving positive reviews from critics, the movie has been declared a box office disaster, earning a meager total domestic nett of ₹79 lakh. The film’s occupancy rate for Hindi cinema goers was a mere 7.46% on Tuesday, April 23, indicating a lack of interest among audiences.

The movie’s director, Dibakar Banerjee, has spoken out about the film’s poor performance, citing the limited release of the film as a major factor.

However, industry experts believe that the movie’s slow pace and lack of engaging dialogue may have contributed to its failure. The film’s estimated total collection for the first five days stands at around ₹81 lakhs, a far cry from its expected earnings.

It’s a disappointing outcome for a film that had generated significant buzz pre-release. The original “LSD” was a critical and commercial success, and fans were eagerly awaiting the sequel.

However, it seems that “LSD 2” has failed to live up to expectations. Despite its critical acclaim, the movie’s poor box office performance has raised questions about its appeal to a wider audience.

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