Check out the box office collection report of "Khoobsurat", "Daawat-E-Ishq" and the new releases – "Chaarfutiya Chhokare", "Desi Kattey" and "3 AM."
"Chaarfutiya Chhokare," "Desi Kattey" and "3 AM", which hit the screens on 26 September, have failed to impress the audience.
All three films took poor openings at the domestic box office. Of the three films, "Desi Kattey" did some decent business in single screens while its performance at multiplexes has been poor. The film managed to earn only ₹70 lakh on the first day despite releasing in more than 1,000 screens.
Ranvijay Singh's horror flick "3 AM" did good business in multiplexes, but its performance in single screens was dull. The film's overall collections were low and it managed to mint only ₹40 lakh on first day, according to Koimoi.
Soha Ali Khan starrer "Chaarfutiya Chhokare" and other releases including "Meinu Ek Ladki Chaahiye" and "Deear Vs Bear" have fetched less than ₹5 lakh nett, according to Box Office India.
Aditya Roy Kapoor-Parineeti Chopra's "Daawat-E-Ishq" has performed better than the new releases by minting ₹1 crore and ₹1.30 crore on its second Friday and Saturday, respectively.
The film's nine-day collections amount to ₹22.75 crore according to Koimoi. The film's first- week performance was low and it remains to be seen as to how the film ends the second week.
Fawad Khan-Sonam Kapoor's "Khoobsurat" has minted ₹22 crore in nine days (19-27 September) at the Indian box office, according to Koimoi. The romantic entertainer fared better than "Dawat-E-Ishq" and the other new releases in its second weekend (till Saturday).
"Khoobsurat" received mixed reviews from the critics and took an average opening in its first weekend. Despite creating positive buzz prior to its release, "Khoobsurat" could not get a good opening.
The film faced competition from the other new release "Daawat-E-Ishq" at the box office, which has performed slightly better than the Sonam Kapoor starrer.
With the new releases failing to perform well, "Khoobsurat" is expected to be screened in theatres for another few days until the release of Hrithik Roshan's "Bang Bang" and Shahid Kapoor's "Haider."
Both "Bang Bang" and "Haider" are expected to have big releases, which will reduce the screen count for other films and will also affect their business.