'Heropanti' starring Tiger Shroff and Kriti Sanon released worldwide on FridayFacebook/Heropanti

Tiger Shroff's debut film "Heropanti" has entered into hit film list by earning over ₹32 crore within six days.

The masala entertainer starring Shroff and Kriti Sanon claimed the no.1 spot this week at the domestic box office. The film had opened to very good response at the box office, despite getting mixed reviews from critics.

During the weekend, the film showed growth and accumulated decent number from Indian market. Weekdays also, the film maintained a steady pace at the box office helping it to put a decent amount after six days.

"#Heropanti Fri 6.63 cr, Sat 6.42 cr, Sun 8.28 cr, Mon 4.26 cr, Tue 3.79 cr, Wed 3.41 cr. Total: ₹ 32.79 cr nett. Rock-steady. HIT," trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted.

The film also entered into the hit zone by raking in more than the production cost. The film was made on a budget of ₹25 crore.

At the end of the first week, "Heropanti" total should come to around ₹35 crore. The overall collection from Indian markets is quite good even though it features newcomers.

The success of the film should boost the career of the newcomers Shroff and Sanon, who managed to gain praises from critics. Meanwhile, the cast and crew of the film along with Salman Khan and Aamir Khan celebrated the success last week in Mumbai.

Hollywood film "X-Men: Days of Future Past" is also going strong at the box office in India. The six days total from collection centers in India is more than the lifetime total of several Bollywood films released this year.

The English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu version of the film raked in ₹24.5 crore in six days.

"#XMen Days Of Future Past Mon 3 cr, Tue 2.60 cr, Wed 2.30 cr. Total: ₹ 24.50 cr nett [English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu]. GOOD," Adarsh tweeted.

Meanwhile, Alia Bhatt and Arjun Kapoor starrer "2 States" is still running at overseas box office. The romantic film based on Chetan Bhagat's novel of the same name has gained the top position at the overseas box office.

In India, the film is at second spot with ₹102 crore, but in international arena, it has become the highest grosser film of 2014.

"Update: #2States is now the highest grossing film in Overseas in 2014," Adarsh said adding, "#2States Overseas total: $ 5.8 million [₹ 34.17 cr]. Highest grosser of 2014 so far in Overseas."

"2 States" might not touch the ₹150 crore mark at the worldwide box office, but the ₹136 crore total it fetched is also decent enough as it has stars who are just two-three films old.