HIT: The First Case Box Office Collection Day 2: Needs a miraculous growth

HIT box office day 2

Rajkummar Rao’s latest outing “HIT: The First Case” was opened to a dismal start at the box office, it received positive reviews from the critics but still failed to garner footfalls at the ticket windows on the first day.

HIT: the first case is directed and written by Sailesh Kolanu, it is the remake of his 2020 south Indian film (Telugu) of the same name. Rajkummar Rao (Stree) and Sanya Malhotra (Badhaai Do) are playing the main lead in the film.

It looks like the audience is not interested in Rao’s action avatar which the actor is doing for the first time, as it opened to a slow note at the ticket counters. The film accumulated only Rs 1.35 Cr on day 1, as per the critic and BO tracker Taran Adarsh, which is lower than the recent release Rashtra Kavach OM.

Also Read: HIT: The First Case Box Office Collection Day 1: Opens with a low start

Box Office Collection Day 2

As per box office India, the film saw a dull occupancy during the morning and afternoon shows but picked up during the evening show on the first day. Now, going by the trend, it will see a jump in the collections on Sat and Sun but on the lower side.

As per the trade analyst and BO trakcer Taran Adarsh, it earned Rs 2.01 Cr on Day 2, the total collection of HIT: The first case now stands at Rs 3.36 Cr.

Hit is crucial for Rao

The opening day was even lower than Rao’s last film Badhaai Do which had opened with Rs 1.65 Cr at the ticket counters. The reason for the dull start is could be that it is a suspense thriller but as it is a remake, many viewers had already watched the original version on the OTT with subtitles, and also there is a decrease in the viewership of this type of content post-pandemic.

Also Read: Shabaash Mithu Box Office Collection Day 1: Taapsee starrer Opens to dull response

Had it been released in pre-pandemic time, it would have easily seen the opening ranging from 3 to 5 crores. This film is crucial for Rao as if it does not succeed at the box office, it will become his 9th flop in a row.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


To Top