Stree has been doing well at the box office and it remains unaffected in its second week due to the new releases. The horror film is heading towards an excellent total in its lifetime as it has not shown any sign of slowing down. Stree 2nd week collection would drop on a decent grounds and easily land near Rs. 35 crores. The other holdover film, The Nun, is holding steady and had recovered well on Tuesday after a setback due to Bandh. Except for the decent performance by Paltan, the other new films namely, Gala Guleiyan and Laila Majnu are extremely poor. Here are the performance details of all these films in the theaters.
Stree Earns Over 93 Crores in the Second Week
After having an excellent amount in its pocket in the first week, Stree has been performing well in the second week. It has already crossed the mark of Rs. 90 crores in its 13 days. Stree 2nd week collection would drop around 45% from the first week. The big jump over the first weekend and the steady performance over the weekdays help the horror film to earn such an excellent amount in the theaters. In its second week, it would earn over Rs. 33 crores which is simply an outstanding performance.
The Nun Holds Steady in the First Week
The Nun performs well over the first weekend but had a bigger drop on Monday than expected. The Hollywood horror film has crossed the mark of Rs. 35 crores in its first six days. And it would end its first week with a total of Rs. 38 crores at the box office. It is difficult for the film to earn on a strong note in the second week. Also, there will be a competition from the new releases on the coming Friday. Still, the film has earned the highest first-week collection among all the films of the same franchise.
Paltan, Laila Majnu Expected First Week Earnings
Paltan has held a little better than the other new Hindi releases namely, Laila Majnu and Gala Guleiyan. The film is inching towards earning the first week total of around Rs. 7 crores. Laila Majnu as well as Gala Guleiyan is very dull and would end its journey at the box office on a low-note.