Malang 4th Day Box Office Collection: Aditya Roy Kapur And Disha Patani Starrer Malang Holds Well On Monday (4th Day), Collects Around Rs 4 Crore.
After a good opening weekend, Aditya Roy Kapur And Disha Patani starrer ‘Malang’ holds well on Monday. The film witnessed a drop of around 40% on Monday, compared to Friday. This is solid hold for a film which is a mass entertainer.
It’s been a decent box office run for Malang so far. The film has performed on expected lines despite mixed reviews. It got off to a pretty good opening, collected Rs 6.71 crore on the first day. There was a decent growth over the weekend despite mixed reviews and word of mouth.
On Saturday, the film witnessed around 25% growth and collected Rs 8.89 crore. It follows up with decent numbers on Sunday (Rs 9.76 crore). In the first weekend, Malang managed to cross Rs 25 crore mark, a number which we expected with mixed word of mouth and reviews. Now on Monday, the film holds well. A look at the day-wise box office collection of Malang:
Malang 4th day box office collection is around Rs 4 crore. The total collection after four days stands at Rs 29.36 crore.
First day collection: Rs 6.71 crore
Second day collection: Rs 8.89 crore
Third day collection: Rs 9.76 crore
Fourth day collection: Rs 4.04 crore
#Malang posts respectable numbers on Day 4… Metros/multiplexes contribute to its earnings… Needs to maintain the trend on remaining weekdays for a decent Week 1 total… Fri 6.71 cr, Sat 8.89 cr, Sun 9.76 cr, Mon 4.04 cr. Total: ₹ 29.40 cr. #India biz.
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) February 11, 2020
Now the main target of Malang should be to hold at this level on weekdays. If manages to do so, it will cross Rs 40 crore mark by the end of the first week. Coming Friday release, Love Aaj Kal is a multiplex film. So, Malang has a good opportunity to score in mass centres.
Directed by Mohit Suri, the budget of Malang is around Rs 60 crore. It needs to collect Rs 70 crore to become a box office hit. It will be considered average if it crosses Rs 60 crore. A good first week followed by a good hold in the second week will ensure a hit tag for the film.