Tiger Shroff's most recent films, Heropanti 2 and Bade Miyan Chote Miyan were enormous disasters, but his worst disaster to far is Ganapath, which was released last year. Despite its large budget, it has been a significant disappointment in indian cinema in terms of production, plot, and performance. With a budget of 200 crores, the picture only earned 12 crores net at the indian box office, with distributors receiving less than 6 crores.
 Surprisingly, no OTT platform was interested in acquiring the picture. Even Netflix, which had expressed interest, withdrew after watching its movie office flop. According to rumors, Netflix may have cited flaws with the film's visual effects as well as other unnamed standards that failed to match their criteria.

The film debuted yesterday on tv on the sony Max channel. In the South, two films, Agent and Lal Salaam, have yet to be released on OTT platforms. The OTT release of 'Ganapath' is glaringly lacking. Despite having associated with Netflix for streaming, the film's production company, pooja Entertainment, has not offered any information about its wallet PLATFORM' target='_blank' title='digital-Latest Updates, Photos, Videos are a click away, CLICK NOW'>digital debut. Even Netflix, which is notorious for its quick release timetables, has kept quiet about the upcoming debut of 'Ganapath'.

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