Ayushmann Khurrana has proven his bankability with 7 hits in a row, the latest one being Amar Kaushik’s ‘Bala’. The unstoppable star movie of 2019 has set great records for Ayushmann and Maddock films with an impressive opening at the Box Office.
As predicted, the 6th-day collection of ‘Bala’ stands at Rs 5.20 crores making it a total of Rs 66.93 crores till date. The interesting film managed to rake cross the 50-crore mark in a total of 4 days but the growth has been slow and steady since then. ‘Bala’ is expected to cross the 70-crore mark on its 7th day.
The comic story of a premature balding guy, ‘Balmukund Shukla’ has managed to find a place in the hearts of the audience. The opening day collections recorded were Rs Rs 10.15. Saturday and Sunday saw sales shooting Rs 15.73 crore and Rs 18.07. The weekday collections were limited to 5.20 crore on Wednesday, Thursday collection is 5.31 Crore. film crosses 70 crore in a week.
#Bala is fantastic… Plexes were super-strong… Collects in same range as #DreamGirl [Week 1: ₹ 72.20 cr]… Should score at multiplexes in Week 2… Fri 10.15 cr, Sat 15.73 cr, Sun 18.07 cr, Mon 8.26 cr, Tue 9.52 cr, Wed 5.20 cr, Thu 5.31 cr. Total: ₹ 72.24 cr. #India biz.
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) November 15, 2019
This growth rates may cripple down further due to the release of new films on 15 November. Siddharth Malhotra, Riteish Deshmukh and Tara Sutaria’s ‘Marjavaan’ and Nawazuddin Siddique and Athiya Shetty’s ‘Motichoor Chaknachoor’ will hit the theatres screens tomorrow. The new love releases will attract more audience attention than Ayushmann’s ‘Bala’.
The Maddock Films production ‘Bala’ comes from the makers of Rajkumar Rao-Shraddha Kapoor starrer ‘Stree’, Kartik Aryan-Kriti Sanon starrer ‘Lukka Chuppi’ and Irfan Khan starrer ‘Hindi Medium’.
All the films by the production house have been based on unique stories that entail nuances of real-life with a slice of comedy. Directed by Amar Kaushik, ‘Bala’ also hints at the standard societal norms for ‘beauty’. The film also shares the story of Latika (essayed by Bhumi Pednekar) who suffers matrimonial rejection due to her dark coloured skin.
Have you watched ‘Bala’ yet?