Check out the box office collection reports of Hrithik Roshan's "Bang Bang", Rekha's "Super Nani" and "Roar".
Hrithik Roshan-Katrina Kaif's "Bang Bang" has grossed ₹340 crore at the worldwide box office, according to Koimoi. The film, which hit the screens on 2 October, has managed to hold on to some screens, despite the arrival of several new releases including "Happy New Year".
Although, "Bang Bang" collections have been affected by new releases, the film has managed to earn ₹340 crore at the worldwide box office.
The film's domestic collections stand at ₹181.03 crore (nett) after the third week. The Hrithik starrer failed to beat "Ek Tha Tiger" (₹198 crore) collections, though the film's worldwide gross is higher than the Salman Khan starrer.
"Bang Bang" crossed the ₹100-crore mark in just five days at the domestic box office but the film's collections have significantly dropped in the following days. It is highly unlikely that "Bang Bang" will beat "Kick" lifetime collections, which amount to ₹233 crore. It might not even surpass the ₹200 crore mark, with several new films lined up for release in the next two months.
Hrithik's "Krrish 3" is expected to remain the highest grossing film of the actor, with lifetime collections of ₹244.92 crore. For Katrina, "Dhoom 3" will remain the highest grossing film, with ₹284 crore collections at the domestic box office.
Rekha-Sharman Joshi's "Super Nani" has failed to impress the audience, which is evident from its collections. The film received poor reviews from the critics as well as the audience. It minted ₹85 lakh in two days at the domestic box office, according to Koimoi.
Although "Super Nani" got better screen count than the other new release "Roar," the film has failed to perform well at the box office.
Roar - Tigers of the Sunderbans
The adventure film has fetched decent reviews from the critics and has performed better than Rekha's "Super Nani" at the domestic box office.
"Roar", directed by Kamal Sadanah, has minted more than ₹3.3 crore in two days at the Indian box office. The film managed to hold well in theatres, despite SRK's "Happy New Year" dominating several screens.
Positive word of mouth is expected to help "Roar" fetch decent collections in the coming days.