Liger, starring Ananya Panday and Vijay Deverakonda, is now playing in theatres. Puri Jagannadh’s all-Indian film tells the tale of a boxer who battles adversity in order to leave his imprint. The language versions of Liger are Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, and Kannada. The plot of Liger has not been revealed in the trailers or the music. The Dharma Productions-Puri Connects movie has been in production for three years, but there have been several setbacks because of the epidemic. Additionally, Mike Tyson and Ramya Krishnan play important roles. Girish Johar, a film trade expert, stated that the crowd is excited about Liger. Dharma Productions is going over and above to promote the picture. They have done an excellent job of advertising the picture in every corner of the country. The public is enthralled, as seen by the large crowds who attend to see Ananya and Vijay during promotional events.
The film appeals to the average man of India, the mass audience in Tier 2 and 3 cities that go to single screens, thus it will be large on current bookings, according to film distributor Akshaye Rathi. People will flock to the movies on the day of release rather than reserving tickets in advance. Vijay and Ananya have embarked on a countrywide promotional tour for the film. Deepak, who runs the box office tracking website AndhraBoxOffice.com, believes the film would make Rs 35 crore at the box office. Liger should quadruple the opening day collection of Dear Comrade. Many things have changed between that picture and Liger. The market has expanded and gotten more active. Dear Comrade’s international earnings were probably about Rs 18 crore. And I believe Liger would gross close to Rs 35 crore on its release day.