Deepika Padukone and Arjun Kapoor starrer "Finding Fanny" showed tremendous growth on second day, thanks to the positive word of mouth.
The box office collection of "Finding Fanny" improved by 40 percent on Saturday compared to opening day.
On day one, the film minted ₹5.1 crore and on second day it raked in ₹7.05 crore, taking its overall total to ₹12.15 crore, according to Bollywood Hungama.
The film was released in two versions – Hindi and English. While, the Hindi version contributed decent amount, its English version that showed remarkable growth in its business at multiplexes.
Despite being released in less than 1,000 screens, the film managed to take its two days total to more than ₹12 crore. Thanks to its star cast, trailer, songs and critics review, the film managed to pull crowds in theaters.
It has received best response from Mumbai, Delhi and Mysore circuits. From Mysore along the film has earned more than ₹1.3 crore nett in two day, according to Box Office India.
The film is now expected to take its opening weekend total to more than ₹20 crore. Usually on Sundays, the business of any films picks up. And since "Finding Fanny" has a positive buzz the third day business is expected to do better than Saturday.
The second release of 12 September, "Creature 3D", didn't show any improvement, but the business didn't fall either.
Bipasha Basu starrer earned ₹3.64 crore on second day at the domestic box office, taking its net total to ₹6.88 crore (Opening Day is ₹3.24 crore).
The film remained steady on second day because of single screen contribution. At multiplexes, the film faced competition from "Finding Fanny".
Vikram Bhatt directorial film is not expected to show any growth on Sunday as well due to negative reviews. The opening weekend collection of this film would be average, while "Finding Fanny" would come out as a winner.