Witnessing a astounding increment in the theatre occupancy on 2nd Sunday, ‘Naam Shabana’ earned Rs 2.42 crore income as its 10th day collection. The celluloid showcased sudden growth in its business on the holiday and registered a total amount Rs 32.55 crore on Indian box office. The film is expected to see steady response in the remaining days of second week.
On Sunday, the movie witnessed about 15-20% occupancy in morning shows. As the tenth season of Indian Premier League has already divulged a big number of spectators, the cinema received comparatively less response in the afternoon and evening shows. Directed by Shivam Nair, the Hindi film showcased good performance in the morning shows than its shows in later part of the day.
Hitting about 2100 screens in India, the Hindi offering commenced its box office journey with Rs 18.66 crore opening day box office collection. After bagging a whopping amount in initial three-days of the release, the celluloid reported consistent business in the remaining days of first week. The Bollywood flick minted Rs 27.04 crore income in the opening week.
After garnering Rs 32 crore total worldwide collection in seven days, the celluloid reported a slight decline in its performance on 2nd Friday and minted Rs 1.07 crore income on 8th day. The film performed slightly well on the following day and grossed Rs 1.88 crore on 9th day (2nd Saturday). Till now, the celluloid has earned an overall income of Rs 32.55 crore. Latest box office figures are awaited.