Arjun Patiala, Judgementall Hai Kya 7th Day Collection: Kangana and Rajkumar starrer had an average first week while Diljit-Kriti starrer emerged a big flop.
After a good opening weekend with the collection of 22.04 crores, Kangana and Rajkummar Rao starrer Judgementall Hai Kya witnessed a big drop on Monday and since then it is steady at the box office on the lower levels.
Directed by Prakash Kovelamudi, the psychological black comedy Judgementall Hai Kya has received a positive response from the critics and audience. The movie started its box office journey on a positive note, earning 5.4 crores on its opening day.
With positive reviews and strong WOM comes into play, the movie witnessed superb growth over the weekend. It earned 8.02 crores and 8.62 crores on Saturday and Sunday respectively.
On Monday, it earned 2.7 crores followed by 2.6 crores on Tuesday and 2.4 crores on Wednesday. On Thursday, the movie drops further to end the first week on an average note.
As per early estimates, Judgementall Hai Kya 7th day collection is around 2.2 crores. The total collection of the movie after the first week stands at 31.94 crores.
The total budget of Judgementall Hai Kya is around 35 crores (Production cost: 25 crores, Printing, and advertising cost: 10 crores). It needs to earn 50 crores to be declared a hit at the box office.
With around 32 crores already in pocket, the movie still has a chance to cross 50 crore mark but for that, it has to earn at least 8 crores in the second weekend.
The other release of last Friday, Diljit Dosanjh, Kriti Sanon starrer Arjun Patiala has failed big time at the box office. After a poor opening weekend, the spoof comedy crashed on Monday and since then there is no revival.
As per early estimates, Arjun Patiala 7th day collection is just 0.3 crores. The first week collection of the movie is around 7.15 crores.
The total budget of Arjun Patiala is around 20 crores. It needs to earn 25 crores to be declared a hit at the box office. The lifetime collection of the movie would be around 9 crores. It’s a big flop.