The three new Hindi films namely Mulk, Karwaan, and Fanney Khan performed poorly on their first day. All the new releases fail to get even decent opening which led the first Friday to become a disaster. Fanny Khan showed some hope in the evening but it was not sufficient for the film. However, the holdover release, Mission Impossible Fallout held well and earned better than the three films. Here is Mulk, Karwaan and Fanney Khan first day collection.

Fanney Khan Opening Just Manages to Cross 2 Crores

Fanney Khan didn’t get the expected response and it just managed to cross Rs. 2 crores mark on its opening day. Neither it received powerful reviews from the critics nor it managed to set the right chord with the audience. Fanney Khan failed to witness even decent growth throughout the day and settled at Rs. 2.15 crores at the end of the day. Fanney Khan first day collection hints that the film would not show much growth on Saturday and Sunday. It would end its first weekend with little over Rs. 7 crores.

Mulk and Karwaan Performs on Similar Note

Mulk and Karwaan failed to earn well on its opening day and fared even poorer than Fanney Khan. Mulk first day collection just managed to cross the mark of Rs. 1.50 crores. On the other hand, Karwaan ended its first day with a net earning of Rs. 1.45 crores. Clearly, these two films do not have any chance to earn well over the next two days.

Mission Impossible Fallout Dominates Over New Releases

Mission Impossible Fallout held well and only dropped by 20% from its second Thursday and collected around Rs. 3 crores. It would earn well over the third weekend since there is no competition from other films. MI6 would easily earn over Rs. 11 crores over its third weekend. The film would end its lifetime run with a collection of over Rs. 75 crores.

First Published on: 12:29 pm - 4, 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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