"Kaanchi: The Unbreakable", "Revolver Rani" and "Samrat & Co." had a poor start at the collection centers in India. The films failed to garner audience attention on the first day itself.
Among the three films, Kangana Ranaut's comedy film "Revolver Rani" has scored well on Friday. The film directed by Sai Kabir raked in ₹1.5 crore nett on opening day.
"Revolver Rani" opened better than others due to Ranaut. This is Ranaut's second film of 2014 after "Queen". The actress had impressed critics with her acting in "Queen".
In "Revolver Rani" also she has given out one of her best performances, but it's the storyline and screenplay, which has scored negative markings from critics.
The collection is expected to grow further during the weekend, but it's unlikely that the film will witness tremendous growth. Saturday and Sunday's box office result will determine whether the film will survive in the long run.
The second release "Kaanchi" directed by Subhash Ghai has received negative response from critics as well as audiences. The opening day occupancy was only 10 percent due to which the collection of the film is also poor.
From foremost day, the women oriented film accumulated only ₹75 lakh. The opening day collection of "Kaanchi" is less than Ghai's films released decade ago.
Ghai's "Yaadien" and "Kisna" both flopped at the box office, but the films managed to rake in more than 1.5 crore from opening day run.
The third film "Samrat & Co." starring Rajeev Khandelwal had a dismal performance at the box office. The film earned only ₹25 lakh on Friday. Looking at the opening day figure it is evident that the film is a flop and won't survive at the box office in long run.