The tenth season of the IPL has begun on April 5, and the wait of this mega event filled with four-six sixes remains for everyone. But in this rain too much of Bollywood gets drowned and if year-to-year figures are considered, the IPL has been harmful to Bollywood's health.
Most of the films that have been released till now, during the IPL that lasted for almost two months, have suffered heavy losses.
In the case of earning, the IPL is like a nightmare for films and we are looking at the statistics of these films that have been wasted since 2008.
This year the IPL started and nobody had the idea of what it would be like to be released on the release movies, so film makers released their films this schedule schedule this year.
The movie 'Tashan', released on 25th April, was a complete masala for any film hit but despite being starring like Akshay Kumar, Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan, the film could not match the coverage of the IPL.
Somehow, the film, 'Bhootnath Returns', which included Amitabh Bachchan, Juhi Chawla and Shah Rukh Khan as guest, did not even save it from the flop.
This year, all the film makers took lessons from last year and the horror of the IPL kept them so gravely that no big film was released.
Akshay Kumar's secret and psychological thriller film '8X10 Pics' was released on April 3 but when did this movie come and nobody came to know. On the other hand, the long release of Saif Ali Khan and Pooja Bhatt was released and the film 'Sanam Teri Kamas' was released, apparently, the film was also floppy.
This year the IPL began on 12th March and till 25th April. There are also board exams in March and this time film makers are also shy of releasing the film.
In this, Shyam Benegal's film 'Well Done Abba' which was released on March 26, which was critically acclaimed, dashed at the box office. Directed by March 19, director Dibakar Banerjee's 'Love Sex and Cheating' and Shahid Kapoor's 'Paathshala', released on 16th April, also did not do anything special.
The makers get to release Friday on the release of the films, in such a way that the industry has not lost the loss of about four weeks due to the IPL. In the year 2011, film makers showed some courage and many films were released from April 8 to 28 throughout the IPL season.
But this time the result did not get any more and 'Dum Maro Dum', 'Thank You', 'Shore in the City', 'Ragini MMS' and 'Stanley Dabba', all these films flopped from the line.
It has been 5 years since the IPL and Bollywood also decided to deal with Cricket Fever this year.
The IPL, which began on April 4, has not spoiled Vicky Donor for the April 20 release.
This debut film of Ayushman Khurana earned earnings, and Ishqzade and Hetstory were also in the top in terms of earning.
But there were some films that did not do anything at the box office, in which Housefull and Bitu Boss were one.
The entire season of this IPL, from April 3 to May 26, broke the timeline of Bollywood's new film.
In 2013, 7 big films were released, including films such as Chashmebadur, Nautanki Saala, Commando, Aashiqui 2, Shoot Out at Wadala, Bombay Talkies, Go Goa Gone and Aashiqui 2.
In these films, only Ashik 2 could do some decent business at the box office, and the rest of the films proved flop.
Several films were released between April 16 and June 1 this year, but the 'Two State' was a hit on the earnings issue.
After the success of the Queen, Kangana's 'Revolver Rani' was being considered as a super hit, but the movie fell off the box office.
In the meantime, the audience refused even Jackie Shroff's son Tiger Shroff's debut film 'Heropanti', The Expos of Himesh Reshamiya and City Lights of Rajkumar Rao.
It was a year when Bollywood managed to break the IPL's taleism.
Where Ekateraxe Amitabh Bachchan and Deepika Padukone's film 'Peku' are hits, then 'Tanu Weds Manu Returns' also hits the flanks of success.
However, during the National Award winning Marathi Film Court and Akshay Kumar's Gabbar Is Back was the Super Flop.
After 9 versions of the IPL, Bollywood had started to look after it, but this year also the IPL has a bad effect on the release of films.
Shah Rukh Khan's Fan, Swaraj Bhaskara's Nil Buta Sinatata, Tiger Shroff's rebel, Biparik Azhar and Sarabjit Mega on controversial cricketer Mohammad Azaruddin proved to be lame in terms of earning after budget and promotion.
This year IPL has started, but Bollywood is also ready to release many big budget films.
Amitabh Films like Vidya Balan's Begum Jaan, Raveena Tandon's Maternal, Multi Starrer movie Bahubali 2, Noor, My Sweet Bindu, Half Girlfriend and Sachin Tendulkar's Autobiography 'Sachin A Billion Dreams' is going to be released and Bollywood is afraid of IPL this year. It does not look.