Here is the box office report of Hindi film "Krrish 3" and Punjabi film "Bhaji in Problem".
Hrithik-Priyanka starrer "Krrish 3" has successfully completed its 20-day run at the domestic box office.
However, the film's business has continued to decline further in its third week with audience preferring to watch newly-released film "Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-leela".
The film fetched ₹1.02 crore on Wednesday (20 November), which was quite lowe compare to its collections on Monday and Tuesday. The day-wise break-up of the film's domestic collections in the last three days is: ₹1.39 crore on day 18, ₹1.15 crore on day 19 and ₹1.02 crore on day 20. The film's 20-day collections from India stand at ₹238.78 crore, which includes Hindi, Tamil and Telugu versions.
The film, which is reportedly made on a budget of ₹115 crore, has earned a good percentage of profits from its successful run.
The Hrithik starrer has also performed well in overseas markets. However, its collections are expected to drop further in the coming days owing to new releases. This week Imran-Kareena's "Gori Tere Pyaar Mein" is slated to hit screens and a week later (29 November), Saif Ali Khan's action entertainer "Bullett Raja" is scheduled for release. With back-to-back new releases, it will be difficult for other films to sustain their business.
Bhaji in Problem
Punjabi comedy film "Bhaji in Problem", which released on 15 November, has embarked on a decent start at the box office.
The film, co-produced by Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar, received mostly positive reviews from critics. The comedy entertainer is faring well at the overseas box office. It opened to a lukewarm response on the first day of its release, but managed to pick its pace in key overseas markets including UK, Australia and New Zealand, reported Bollywood Hungama.
According to film critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh, "Bhaji in Problem", starring Gippy Grewal, Gurpreet Ghuggi and Ragini Khanna, fetched ₹47.85 lakh in its opening weekend at the UK box office. It raked in ₹53.11 lakh from the Australian box office, whereas its first-weekend collections from New Zealand stand at ₹15.90 lakh.
"Punjabi film #BhajiInProblem *opng wknd* UK £ 47,276 [Rs 47.85 lacs]... Australia A$ 90,005 [Rs 53.11 lacs]... NZ NZ$ 30,339 [Rs 15.90 lacs]," Taran tweeted.
For the first time, Akshay Kumar has turned producer for a Punjabi film. The actor has also played an extended cameo role in the comedy entertainer.