“A note from one of the most accurate Box Office/Trade analyst and statistician – Rahul V Dubey. He works with 95% accuracy. #TheTashkentFiles is one of those 5% of the films when he failed. Pl read” – Vivek Agnihotri
Rahul V Dubey, the life-time business analysis expert of Bollywood Times; failed to analyze the life-time business of Vivek Agnihotri’s “The Tashkent Files” on day one. Watch this video to know how.
Prophesizing the film to rake 2.5 ratings with a 5day run in theaters; judging it to be an “Old School Film” or “Not-a-youngster’s film” and arbitrating it as “a Non-intellectual film”; the 95% accurate life-time foreteller predicted “The Tashkent Files” to be a “FLOP”
Still running in theaters at houseful capacity on its 7th week; raking 8.4/10 by IMDb, 87% by Bookmyshow and 95% by Google users; grossing a BOC of 18 crore despite of extremely limited screenings; surviving the onslaughts of the biggies like “Kalank” “Avengers: Endgame” “SOTY2” and “De Pyaar De”; “The Tashkent Files” emerged as “The People’s Film” breaking the stereo-types of hype-marketing, star-studded glamour and big-fat promotions. Challenging the intellect and emotions of audience at the same time, this amazingly brainstorming film proves that the audience demands an ingenious content rather than mindless comedy and senseless action stunts sugar-coated with romance and love.