Ek Villain Returns Box Office: Arjun Kapoor, John Abraham starrer performs well on Day 1

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The movie Ek Villain Returns has shown a decent performance at the box office in the Day 1 collections. The Mohit Suri directed film stars Arjun Kapoor, John Abraham, Disha Patani and Tara Sutaria in key roles. The Arjun Kapoor starrer has performed well for the first day of its release, said a report. The movie has managed to make a total collection of over 6 crore nett approximately, for the first day at the box office.

A Box Office India report said that Ek Villain Returns made a collection of 6.75 crore nett on the first day of the release. As per the report, the movie has done well in terms of collections. The report stated that the Mohit Suri movie performed well as the audiences came out to the theatres in reasonable numbers.

An excerpt from the report said, “Ek Villain Returns did well on its first day as it collected around 6.75 crore nett as the audiences came out in reasonable numbers in most pockets. The performance was lacklustre in the premium multiplexes but other multiplexes which have lower pricing generally did well as youth formed most of the audience.”

 

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Meanwhile, the report further stated that the opening day numbers of the movie have come despite the John Abraham movie not having a massive cast. As per the report, despite other releases like Vikrant Rona starring Kiccha Sudeepa, the Arjun Kapoor movie has managed to make a decent collection. Talking about Vikrant Rona, the movie has made low collections in Hindi, whereas the Karnataka collections also witnessed a huge drop.

Bollywood Bubble gave the Arjun Kapoor, John Abraham, Disha Patani and Tara Sutaria starrer, a rating of three and a half stars in the review and spoke highly of Kapoor’s performance in the Mohit Suri-directorial.

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