Anushka Sharma’s third production, which is titled as ‘Phillauri’, earned Rs 1.65 crore 7th day collection. The celluloid experienced a slight drop in the occupancy and witnessed declination in its business on 1st Thursday. Till now, Anushka Sharma and Diljit Dosanjh starrer Hindi cinema has minted Rs 22.65 crore total worldwide box office collection.
Releasing on more than hundreds of screens in India, the Bollywood offering received a good response in weekend days. From Monday onward, audiences in the cinema halls responded to this flick on an average note. Earning Rs 15.25 crore income in first-three days of opening week, the movie drove a huge public attention to its romantic storyline.
After getting a fabulous start to its journey at India’s box office, the celluloid exhibited gradual mitigation in its earnings in week days. On fourth day, the film reported about 55% drop in the theatre occupancy and grossed Rs 2.02 crore income. The movie witnessed declination in its box office business on fifth day also. The celluloid raked Rs 1.95 crore on Tuesday.
Minting Rs 19.22 crore collection in five days, the Hindi cinema earned Rs 1.81 crore on Wednesday. The movie showcased a gradual decrease in the amount of audiences’ response for it. Exhibiting further reduction in its income generation on Indian box office, the movie registered a business of Rs 1.65 crore on seventh day of its release.
Apart from the whopping business in domestic market, Anshai Lal’s directorial project performed superbly in the international arena. The movie pocketed Rs 1.69 crore in North American countries, Rs 2.37 crore in UAE, Rs 0.72 crore in UK, Rs 0.52 crore in Australia, Rs 0.21 crore in New Zealand, Rs 0.009 crore in Germany, Rs 0.01 crore in Malaysia and Rs 2.341 crore in rest of the world. Thus, the celluloid surpassed 35-crore mark at global level by bagging Rs 37.08 crore overall worldwide box office collection.