Rajkummar’s Hit the first case continues to see a drop in its collections after a dull opening weekend. The film was opened to rave reviews from the critics but failed to garner footfalls at the ticket counters.
It is an investigative action thriller directed and written by Sailesh Kolanu, Rao is playing a cop role, it also has Sanya Malhotra Rao’s love interest in the film as Neha, other actors Shilpa Shukla, Dilip Tahil, Sanjay Narvekar, Milind Gunaji, Jatin Goswami and Akhle Iyer playing the pivotal roles.
Box Office Collection Day-Wise
Rao starrer had a dismal start at the ticket windows, it minted only Rs 1.35 crore on the first day, and further, showing subpar growth over the weekend, it had collected Rs 5.59 crores on the first weekend.
The film performed poorly on the first Monday as it witnessed a drop of 70.85% on Day 4, it earned Rs 0.65 crore taking the total domestic collections to Rs 6.24 Cr.
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Box Office Collection Day 5 & 6
Hit the first case continues to struggle on day 5 and day 6 also, though the final reports are yet to come out, as per the trade estimation, it earned Rs 50 L on Tue (day 5) seeing the overall occupancy of 8.85%. As per BO tracker Sacnilk, it witnessed overall 8.37% occupancy on Day 6, which is on par with Day 5 occupancy (8.85%). Trade estimates suggest that Hit The First Case earns around Rs 40 Lakhs to take the total collections of the film over Rs 7 Cr.
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HIT Vs Khuda Haafiz 2 Vs Shabaash Mithu
Currently, Rao starrer is minting more moolah than the other two releases, however, it performed lower on opening weekend than Vidyut’s Khuda Haafiz 2. Taapsee-led Shabaash Mithu is underperforming majorly at the box office ever since it hit the theatres, it is expected to wrap up under Rs 3 Cr lifetime.
While hit the first case seems to look to finish its run with Rs 10 Cr lifetime and Vidyut starrer Rs 13-15 crore range lifetime. All three films bombed at the box office and soon will be pulled from theatres.