Fanney Khan, Mulk, and Karwaan have completed their first week. All the three films could not perform well at the box office and collected a poor total in the first seven days. The poor start over the weekend coupled with the low earning on the weekdays left the films heading towards nowhere. On the other hand, the holdover release, Mission Impossible Fallout held well in its second week and earned on a strong note.

Poor Collection by the three Films

Fanney Khan, the highest budget film among the three releases performed on poorest level among the three films. It took the highest opening out of the three new films but could not witness even a decent growth over the weekend. The hold of the film on the weekdays was also poor and it just managed to cross the mark of Rs. 10 crores over its first week.

Rishi Kapoor and Taapsee Pannu starrer Mulk fared better than Fanney Khan over the first week. After a low opening, it showed a good growth on the first weekend. On the weekdays, the film remained decent and managed to earn on decent grounds. Mulk ended its first-week journey with a net. collection of Rs. 11.50 crores.

The movie, Karwaan managed to make itself count a little bit. It took the lowest earning out of the three movies last Friday and earned a little over Rs. 12 crores in the first week. Karwaan received a good response in South India which helped the film to grow well over the first weekend. Not only this, it also maintained itself well over the weekdays.

Fanney Khan has no chance to perform well in the second week as it didn’t receive an even decent response in the first week. The problem with Mulk and Karwan is that they will get a limited second-week run as the two new releases are hitting the theatres on Wednesday.

Mission Impossible Holds Well in Week 2

Mission Impossible Fallout, the holdover release earned well in its second week to become the 8th highest Hollywood grosser in India. It took its total over Rs. 75 crores and would cross the mark of Rs. 80 crores before leaving the theatres. Mission Impossible: Fallout second-week collection crossed Rs. 20 crores in the second week.

First Published on: 13:15 pm - 10, Aug 2018
Author: author image Piyush Chugh
Piyush Chugh is an established film critic, and Bollywood Trade analyst. He brings to you the latest box office news and collection updates.
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