New Delhi: Postponement of Rajinikanth's Kochadaiiyaan's release has helped the plethora of new releases to capitalise at the box office but Alia-Arjun's “2 States”, which is now in its fourth week, seems to be benefited most out of all.
The flick in three weeks has managed to come closer to Rs 100 cr club with Rs 98.95 cr. “#2States [Week 3] Fri 1.67 cr, Sat 2.70 cr, Sun 3.13 cr, Mon 1.12 cr, Tue 1.08 cr, Wed 1.01 cr, Thu 93 lacs. Grand total: Rs 98.95 cr nett”, tweets trade analyst and film critic Taran Adarsh.
As per latest trends the Abhishek Varman directorial has collected approx Rs 1 cr on its fourth Friday in India.
On the other hand, about a half a dozen of flicks have hit the theatres yesterday namely Hawa Hawaai, Manjuath, Mastram, Koyelaanchal, Yeh Hai Bakrapur and Khwaab.
Among them, thanks to positive reviews Hawa Hawaai is leading among all. Mastram which narrates the life of a porn writer is doing well in single screen theatres and takes the second spot. Though, both of them haven't got a flying start.
Other releases Manjuath, Koyelaanchal, Khwaab and Yeh Hai Bakrapur's collection is even worse at box office.
By today, 2 States is expected to hit the ton and become the second Rs 100 cr grosser of the year after Salman Khan's Jai Ho, while in by coming week anything around Rs 5 cr will be great for the flick at box office.