"Bhoothnath Returns" starring Amitabh Bachchan and child actor Parth Bhalerao had a decent Monday, due to holiday across the country.
The film raked in approximately 4 crore on its fourth day from domestic box office, taking its overall accumulations to 22.02 crore nett.
The film didn't witness a drop on first Monday compared to its opening as the total of both the days are in same range i.e. around 4 crore.
The opening weekend breakup of the film according to trade analyst Taran Adarsh is: Friday 4.07 crore, Saturday 5.85 crore and Sunday 8.10 crore.
In India, the film opened with a dull response, but it picked up gradually during the weekend, especially on Sunday. However, it's not the same case in the overseas market.
The film had a slow start in the international market and it failed to pick up during the opening weekend. In the first three days, the film minted only 3.05 crore.
"#BhoothnathReturns hasn't worked in major international markets. Overseas weekend total: $ 504,446 [3.05 cr]. Best in UAE-GCC," Adarsh tweeted.
Only in UAE, where Big B has a huge fan following, the film worked raking in around 1.70 crore from the opening weekend. The rest of the circuits remained dull.
Check out the overseas collection of "Bhoothnath Returns" and other films here.
Meanwhile, Punjabi film "Disco Singh" is doing well in India and the overseas market. The film remained rock-steady on first Monday in India due to Baisakhi holiday in Punjab.
The Monday collection was the second highest for Punjabi film ever, according to boxofficeindia.com. The overall four day total of the film from Indian markets stands at 3.75 crore.
In overseas market also, the film is doing well, where it raked in 1.03 crore in its opening weekend.
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