Romantic thriller, "Roy", remained steady on its sixth day at the box office.
"Roy" features Ranbir Kapoor, Arjun Rampal and Jacqueline Fernandez in lead roles. The film was released in 2500 screens in India and had an opening of around ₹10.4 crore.
Looking at the opening, trade analysts expected that the film would do well over the weekend and weekdays. But contrary to expectations, the box office collection declined on Sunday and on Monday too it witnessed a huge fall.
However, the weekday figures are in the same range as the film maintained steady pace. The film has now taken its six days box office collection to ₹39.01 crore mark.
"#Roy Fri 10.40 cr, Sat 11.16 cr, Sun 7.12 cr, Mon 3.65 cr, Tue 3.76 cr, Wed 2.92 cr. Total: ₹ 39.01 cr. India biz," trade analysts Taran Adarsh tweeted.
The film has not only failed to beat Akshay Kumar's "Baby" first week record, but also failed to cross ₹50 crore mark in India.
On the other hand, controversial movie "MSG: The Messenger" has fared better than "Roy" and "Baby", if reports are to be believed
The film has raked in ₹61.15 crore from just four days of its release, according to a Zee News report.
The film, which has a social message, features Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh in the lead role and was released in 4000 screens.
If the box office figures are believed to be true, "MSG" has shattered all the records and has grossed highest four days figure. The film might even break the lifetime collection record of "Baby" and cross the ₹100 crore mark.