Bollywood's latest release "Table No. 21" is surprising everyone with its box office earnings. The suspense thriller has topped other four other films at the box office.
The movie, starring Rajeev Khandelwal, Tena Desae, and Paresh Rawal in lead roles, is maintaining a steady pace at the ticket collection window in India, declining slightly on the sixth day at ₹90 lakh.
The domestic box office collection of the movie after six days stands at ₹8.76 crore. The six-day breakup of the film is: Friday ₹1.55 crore, Saturday ₹2.04 crore, Sunday ₹2.25 crore, Monday ₹1.02 crore, Tuesday ₹1.00 crore and Wednesday ₹90 lakh.
Considering the star cast and budget of the film, one can surely say that the film is performing quite well in terms of numbers.
At the international market, the movie had a lukewarm start in key markets, expect in Fiji where it was shot. In Fiji the movie is performing exceptionally well. The overseas box office total of the movie stands at ₹50.55 lakh.
"I think "Table No 21" has suffered due to the cold wave that has hit the country and also because of the ongoing cricket matches between India and Pakistan. The collections could have been better. The film got critical acclaim but did not convert into footfalls," trade analyst Atul Mohan told Mid-Day.
The business of the film is further set to get affected with the release of "Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola", which stars Imran Khan, Anushka Sharma, and Pankaj Kapur.