"Bade Miyan Chote Miyan," a 350-crore film starring tiger shroff and Akshay Kumar, has been deemed a massive box office bust. With a predicted lifetime business of less than 75 crores net, the film's first weekend profits are likely to be between 41 and 42 crores net. The label has a tradition spanning more than three decades and is produced by pooja Entertainment, which is led by vashu bhagnani and his son Jackky Bhagnani, who recently got married to rakul Preet Singh. 

In 1998, they began their adventure with popular songs including "Coolie No. 1," "Hero No. 1," "Biwi No. 1," and "Bade Miyan Chote Miyan." Nevertheless, "Mujhe Kuchh Kehna Hai," a 2001 replica of Pawan Kalyan's beloved hit "Tholi Prema," was their final financially successful project. Since then, they have failed to produce even one popular movie despite having made over 25 features.

Astonishingly, the banner keeps funding high-end projects despite a run of box office failures. Many are surprised that they haven't filed for bankruptcy yet. Most production banners would have had to close their doors after the massive box office flops of their most recent films, such as "Ganapath" and "Bade Miyan Chote Miyan." Nobody is aware of pooja Entertainment's continued survival.

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