On Sunday, the film ‘Jug Jug Jio’ has done a business of about Rs 15 crore according to the initial figures. Compared to Saturday, this increase was about 20 percent. Friday’s earnings of Rs 9.28 crores, Saturday’s earnings of Rs 12.55 crores and Sunday’s earnings of about Rs 15 crores, the first weekend collection of the film has been Rs 36.88 crores, which can be called good according to the cost of the film. If the film earns even Rs 150 crore at the box office, then the film will bring profits for the film makers Viacom 18 and Dharma Productions.
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Pankaj Tripathi fails in solo hero
Pankaj Tripathi’s film ‘Sherdil: The Pilibhit Saga’ has started hitting the theaters from the third day of its release. Made at a cost of about Rs 10 crore, the first day collection of this film was around Rs 45 lakh and with a further fall in its collection on Saturday, its collection is being told around Rs 30 lakh. Reliance Entertainment, which released the film, has not yet released its official figures, but it is understood that the film has been able to collect only around Rs 1.25 crore in the first weekend. On Sunday, trade watchers have given information about the cancellation of all the shows in Mumbai itself.
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On the other hand, the film ‘Nikamma’, which is considered to be Shilpa Shetty’s comeback film, has landed from most theaters in the second week. The film, which opened only Rs 45 lakh, earned Rs 1.39 crore in the first weekend and Rs 1.77 crore in the entire week. Due to the film’s superflop, the career of its hero Abhimanyu Dassani is in trouble. This is his second consecutive flop film, before that the audience had rejected him in the film ‘Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota’.
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Kamal Haasan’s amazing continues
Among Indian non-Hindi films, Kamal Haasan, Vijay Sethupathi and Fahad Faasil’s film Vikram continues to do well at the box office. The film has done a business of Rs 9.26 crore in the fourth weekend. The film earned Rs 143.96 crore in the first week, Rs 52.20 crore in the second week and Rs 27.15 crore in the third week. Including the earnings of the fourth weekend, the film has now collected a net collection of Rs 232.56 crore at the domestic box office. The film ‘Vikram’, which released at a cost of Rs 120 crore, has earned around Rs 116 crore overseas. The film’s worldwide net collection has so far been Rs 377.35 crore.
Rakshit Shetty’s status continues
Actor Rakshit Shetty’s film ‘777 Charlie’ has also shown a new charisma of earning in the history of Kannada film cinema. The film has earned a whopping Rs 7.97 crore in the third weekend of its release. The total net collection of the film at the domestic box office has so far been Rs 72.47 crore. The film earned Rs 38.75 crore in the first week and Rs 25.75 crore in the second week. The film, which raises the issue of harm caused by breeding dog breeds in their own lineage, has also been liked by the audience in the Hindi belt.
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