Karthi’s Japan movie has been pulled out from theaters in just one week. The film was a landmark film in the Awara actor’s career (25th Film), but unfortunately, it has become the biggest disaster in his career. With the disastrous occupancy, Japan movie has been pulled out from theaters in just one week.
Released on 10th November, the Japan movie received terrible word of mouth from early shows, affecting the film a lot in all territories. However, the film put some reasonable numbers in Tamil Nadu during the Diwali holiday weekend, but after that, the movie completely crashed in Tamil Nadu.
The theater owners are replacing the film with other films as the occupancy is very low. In the Book My Show app, the movie got the lowest rating recently, with just a 5.1 rating, which shows the audience’s complete rejection of the film. The film was a big setback for Karthi as it was his landmark 25th film.
Japan, written and directed by Raju Murugan, has been made as a heist comedy film and, as said above, failed to impress the audiences. The film also continued the disastrous streak of actress Anu Immanuel.
Japan’s ensemble cast comprises Anu Emmanuel, Sunil, KS Ravikumar, Jithan Ramesh, Bava Chelladurai, and more, in addition to Karthi. Dream Warrior Pictures, a company known for films like Kaithi and Sulthan, provided funding for the movie, and GV Prakash Kumar composed the music.