Last Friday, two new Hindi films released in theatres. It was Kapil Sharma’s second film ‘Firangi’ and Arbaaz khan and Sunny Leone’s ‘Tera Intezaar’ that hit the big screens. But, as per the collections, certainly both the films have failed to click at the box office. Talking about ‘Firangi’, it registered a low weekend of Rs 6.30 crore nett. There was a reasonable growth on Sunday. ‘Firangi’ did a little better in East Punjab and Delhi NCR but the collections were not as expected from a Kapil Sharma-starrer. The film’s first weekend business is of around Rs 6.30 crore nett with its opening day collection which was Rs 1.80 crore nett.
While, Arbaaz Khan and Sunny Leone’s ‘Tera Intezaar’ was even more dull at the box office. The film’s opening day collection was Rs 40 lakhs and the first weekend collection business was of around Rs 1.35 crore nett. (Also Read: Firangi movie review: Neither too funny nor too patriotic, this one’s a drag)
Further, ‘Firangi’ dropped 45% on Monday through which there are predictions being made that the film might collect around Rs 9.75 crore nett in its first week. The film has earned Rs 1 crore on Monday taking the first four day business of ‘Firangi’ around Rs 7.30 crore nett. The second release ‘Tera Intezaar’ is predicted to collect around Rs 2 crore nett in its first week. The first four day business of the film is around Rs 1.55 crore nett.
Let’s wait and watch, what happens in the coming week with the new release ‘Fukrey Returns’.