Manoj Bajpayee’s newly released Hindi movie ‘Naam Shabana’ grossed Rs 18.84 crore total box office collection in first-three days of opening week. The Bollywood movie, which also stars Taapsee Pannu in the main lead, experienced gradual drop in theatre occupancy on its 1st Monday in Indian cinema. The film is expected to earn Rs 3 crore on 4th day of its release.
Releasing on about 2100 screens in India, the Bollywood flick showcased excellent performance in first week. The offering witnessed around 20-25% occupancy on Friday (31st March) and minted Rs 5.12 crore business on that day. The film left its makers in shock with this stunning box office income on the day of its release in domestic arena.
After hitting the screens with a whopping opening day collection, the latest Indian cinema shifted its gear to upper note and garnered Rs 6.45 crore amount as 2nd day collection. Thus, the Hindi movie totalled an overall income of Rs 11.56 crore at India’s box office. The film’s business hiked on Sunday as it received maximum response on that day (on 2nd April).
Reporting a good increment in the business on 3rd day, the movie earned Rs 7.28 crore on Sunday. The celluloid exhibited normal development in its business in India. Curbing Rs 18.84 crore in opening weekend, the Hindi offering turned out to be the 6th highest grossing movie of this year. The film has ranked sixth in the list of highest grosser movies of 2017.
Apart from the surprising business in India, the Bollywood cinema also performed well in the foreign countries. Gaining a little response in international market, the film reported Rs 26.06 crore worldwide business in three days. The movie is witnessing poor number of audiences’ footfalls in the overseas’ cinema halls. Latest box office figures earned by the cinema are awaited.