Fanney Khan, Mulk, and Karwaan have completed their first-weekend at the box office. All the three movies did a poor job in their first three days. None of the three films managed to cross even Rs. 10 crores mark. On the other hand, the holdover releases namely Mission Impossible: Fallout and Dhadak earned better than the new films. Here is the complete detail of the performance of the films on the last Saturday and Sunday.

New Films Fares Poorly Over the First Weekend

Fanney Khan took a low but better opening than the other two films namely, Mulk and Karwaan. After taking a low opening, the film failed to witness growth over the next two days. On Saturday and Sunday, it remained flat and could only manage to earn near Rs. 7 crores over its first weekend.

Mulk showed a good jump over the first weekend and collected more than Fanney Khan in its first three days. The growth of the film on Sunday was excellent and it earned over Rs. 3 crores in its pocket. It has collected more than Fanney Khan in its first three days.

Karwaan took the lowest opening at the box office but showed the highest jump over the weekend. The strong performance of the film on Saturday and Sunday helped it to reach near Rs. 8 crores mark. Still, we can say that this is not sufficient. All the three films have failed to perform well and didn’t attract even a decent number of footfalls to their theatres.

Mission Impossible Fallout Earns Well

Mission Impossible Fallout earned strongly over the second weekend and collected Rs. 14 crores. The total of the film has reached near Rs. 70 crores. It is the poor show by the new Hindi films which made it the first priority for people. Only a few days are left in the hands of the Hollywood film to earn well. After that, new releases will hit the theatres which would mean the pack up of this film from the theatres.

First Published on: 12:42 pm - 6, 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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