The box-office collection of Ranbir Kapoor-Anushka Sharma starrer "Bombay Velvet" has dropped on the second day. Anurag Kashyap's directorial film was expected to do well at the box office, but unfortunately the collection has been disappointing since the start.
The two days box-office collection of Ranbir-Anushka starrer is just ₹10.30 crore.
The film had a disastrous start at the box office on first Friday with just ₹5.25 crore income and on the second day, ie on Saturday, the collection declined slightly.
"#BombayVelvet Fri 5.20 cr, Sat 5.10 cr. Total: ₹ 10.30 cr. India biz," trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted.
The reviews are mostly negative and the word-of-mouth is also not in the favour of the film, which has affected the box office performance of "Bombay Velvet".
"Bombay Velvet" box office income is lower than Ranbir's last film, "Roy", which also opened to negative response in India. The film might be Anurag's biggest opener ever, but it is Ranbir's lowest opening at the box office.
"With roughly 10.50+crs in 2 days - though it maybe highest for Anurag Kashyap - but its a new low for Ranbir Kapoor #BombayVelvet," trade analyst Girish Johar tweeted.
"Bombay Velvet", which also stars Karan Johar, continues to disappoint at the box office, while Deepika Padukone, Amitabh Bachchan and Irrfan Khan starrer "Piku" continues to do well.
Even though Shoojit Sircar's film is running for the second week, it is faring better than Ranbir's "Bombay Velvet".
"Piku" second Saturday's box-office collection is ₹5.10 crore despite being running in less screen count, whereas "Bombay Velvet" first Saturday collection is same, but from 2,600 screens.
The family entertainer continues to draw audiences in its second week. After nine days, the box-office collection of "Piku" stands at ₹49.6 crore.
"#Piku [Week 2] Fri 3.10 cr, Sat 5.10 cr. Grand total: ₹ 49.62 cr. India biz. Will cross ₹ 50 cr mark today [Sun]. SUPERB," Adarsh tweeted.
"Piku" is currently the fourth highest grosser of 2015, and after adding second Sunday's total, the film will push down Varun Dhawan's "Badlapur" to fourth spot to become the third highest grosser.