Rampage, the Hollywood release of this week, has earned Rs13.85 crore in the first four days.
Box office: Varun Dhawan’s October earns Rs21.50 crore in four days
Mumbai - 17 Apr 2018 13:08 IST
Director Shoojit Sircar’s October (2018) saw a drop in its box office collections on its first Monday. The film, starring Varun Dhawan and Banita Sandhu, earned Rs2.50 crore yesterday, as per figures shared by Boxofficeindia.com.
After an average start on Friday with Rs4.50 crore, the film saw a slight jump on Saturday as it made Rs7 crore. The collections on Sunday, a day usually business sees a jump, only reached around Rs7.50 crore. October finished its first weekend with Rs19 crore.
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The grand total of the film so far is Rs21.50 crore. The collection is much lower than the business of Dhawan's previous films. October is an experimental film aimed at a niche audience. Taking this into consideration, the numbers seem good.
As per trade sources, the film is made at a budget around Rs35 crore. So, it will need to hold well in the remaining weekdays and in the second week to breakeven. A number of films are lined up for release this week. But none of them are big, which could work in October’s favour.
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Rampage, the Hollywood release of this week, has managed to earn Rs13.85 crore in the first four days.