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12th Fail (2023)

12th Fail Day 1 Box Office Collection:

Vikrant Massey’s latest film, “12th Fail,” directed by Vidhu Vinod Chopra, made an impressive debut at the box office. Released alongside Kangana Ranaut’s action-packed “Tejas,” the film garnered an estimated ₹1.1 crore on its opening day, as reported by Sacnilk.com. The movie saw a 9.09 percent occupancy in Hindi and a 6.5 percent occupancy in Kannada, according to early estimates.

Based on Anurag Pathak’s novel, the film chronicles the journeys of IPS officer Manoj Kumar Sharma and IRS officer Shraddha Joshi. Vikrant Massey and Medha Shankar take the lead roles in this compelling narrative.

Critical Acclaim for Vikrant Massey’s Performance

The Hindustan Times review hailed Vikrant Massey’s portrayal as his finest work yet. The review noted, “Massey takes the cake for delivering a brilliant performance, easily his career best so far. At every step, he brings a myriad of shades to his character.” Whether as a carefree school student or a determined UPSC aspirant, Massey’s nuanced portrayal captivates the audience.

Insights from Vikrant Massey and Vidhu Vinod Chopra

Speaking about the film, Vikrant emphasized its broader message, stating, “The film is not just about the Hindi language, but it mainly talks about restarting life and its struggle.” He challenged the common belief that academic setbacks define one’s life trajectory. According to him, education is vital, but success encompasses more than just academic achievements.

Vidhu Vinod Chopra expressed his motivation behind the project, saying, “In today’s times, I wanted to tell a story of hope, a story of never giving up. 12th Fail is all that and more.” He shared his personal connection to the film, recounting moments of laughter, tears, and a sense of camaraderie during its creation. Chopra believes that the film’s message will resonate universally when it hits theaters.

With Vikrant Massey’s standout performance and Vidhu Vinod Chopra’s directorial finesse, “12th Fail” promises to be a cinematic experience that transcends conventional narratives, offering a tale of resilience and second chances.

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