Ajay Devgn and Tanu starrer "Drishyam" had a decent sixth day at the box office in India. "Drishyam", which is running well at the box offices due to word of mouth, minted approximately Rs 4.10 crore on Wednesday.

The six-day box office collection of "Drishyam" is now resting at Rs 42.78 crore. The sixth day box office collection is lower than fifth day's earnings, but it still scored in the range of Monday's income.

On opening day, "Drishyam" minted Rs 8.50 crore, on Saturday Rs 9.40 crore, Sunday Rs 12.58 crore, Monday Rs 4.05 crore, Tuesday Rs 4.50 crore and Wednesday Rs 4.10 crore.

Nishikanth Kamath's directorial film is now looking forward to enter the Rs 50 crore club and break Varun Dhawan's "Badlapur" and Ranbir Kapoor, Arjun Rampal and Jacqueline Fernandez starrer "Roy" box office collection record. On its sixth day, "Drishyam" broke the records of Arjun Kapoor and Sonakshi Sinha starrer "Tevar" record.

"Drishyam" faced a stiff competition from movies, including "Bajrangi Bhaijaan" and "Baahubali - The Beginning" (Bahubali). However, despite all the factors "Drishyam" managed to make its presence felt at the box office in India.

"The film has done quite well despite multiple challenges — stiff competition from 'Baahubali' and 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan', heavy rains and floods in important territories of Bengal, Rajasthan and Gujarat, and the ongoing bandh in the Jammu region," Mid-Day quoted a source as saying.