Taapsee Pannu’s newly released Hindi film ‘Naam Shabana’ earned Rs 1.15 crore income as its 9th day box office collection. The movie has made a business of Rs 29.65 crore in nine days. The celluloid witnessed 20.5% growth in its earnings as well as theatre occupancy on Saturday. Directed by Shivam Nair, the Bollywood flick is expected to report more hike in its business on Sunday.
Releasing on more than 2000 screens in India, Manoj Bajpayee and Anupam Kher starrer offering began its journey at box office with Rs 5.12 crore opening day collection. Witnessing increment in the business on following two days, the Hindi movie curbed an income of Rs 6.37 crore and Rs 7.27 crore on 2nd and 3rd day of its release, respectively. The multi-starrer flick thus grossed a total business of Rs 18.66 crore in opening weekend.
The movie reported declination in the theatre occupancy on Monday and the same also impacted on its collection on Indian box office. Showcasing poor performance on 4th day, the celluloid earned Rs 2.54 crore. On Tuesday, the movie collected Rs 2.50 crore. The film witnessed slight drop in the business on 6th day and garnered Rs 1.80 crore amount on Wednesday.
With further consistent drop in the business, the movie pocketed Rs 1.58 crore income on 7th day and thus bagged a total collection of Rs 27.55 crore in seven days. On eighth day (2nd Friday), the Hindi film minted Rs 0.95 crore. The movie, which also features Akshay Kumar in special appearance, experienced little increment in the business on Saturday and collected Rs 1.15 crore income on 9th day of its release.