Dhanush and Sonam Kapoor starrer "Raanjhanaa" has turned out to be a commercially successful film after earning ₹52 crore in two weeks.
Made with a production cost of ₹35 crore, the romantic film earned ₹52.72 crores in India in just week two weeks to join the list of this year's hit films.
"#Raanjhanaa *actuals* Week 1: ₹34.97 cr. Week 2: ₹17.75 cr. Total: Rs 52.72 cr. HIT... India theatrical biz. Hindi version," trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted.
Apart from "Raanjhanaa", the other film that has been declared box office hit includes "Fukrey", "Jolly LLB", "Shoot Out at Wadala", "Chashme Baddoor", "Kai Po Che!", "Race 2", "Special 26" and "ABCD-Any Body Can Dance".
Meanwhile, the film became the fourth highest second week grosser after "Yeh jawaani hai Deewani", "Race 2" and "Special 26".
"Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani" topped the list with ₹47.67 crore followed by "Race 2" with ₹24 crore and "Special 26" with ₹18 crores.
The film managed to broke the record of musical love story "Aashiqui 2" by a small margin. "Aashiqui 2" starring Aditya Roy Kapur and Shraddha Kapoor had earned ₹17.5 crore in two weeks, while "Raanjhanaa" minted ₹17.75 crore.
It maybe worth mentioning that films are declared hit, super-hit, flop, disaster, average and blockbuster on the basis of the revenue earned during their theatrical run at the box office. If a film earns more than the production cost then it is a hit film; if a film earns more than double the production cost by an extra 20 percent, it's declared a super-hit; if a film earns only the production cost then it's an average film; and if a film loses half or more the production cost, it's a flop.