In first week, Zareen Khan’s latest Hindi movie ‘1921’ earned a total amount of Rs 11.56 crore at India’s box office. The horror thriller movie witnessed consistent drop in the public response in week days. Apart from registering an unexpected business in the domestic arena, the Bollywood movie amassed an income of Rs 0.5 crore in overseas.
Kick starting the box office journey on a silent note, the horror film witnessed 20% occupancy in the cinema halls across various mega cities situated in central Indian states. Managing to attract an average number of audiences in theatres, the Bollywood movie recorded a business of Rs 1.56 crore on opening day.
Facing minor growth in public response on second day, Karan Kundra’s latest Bollywood film witnessed 22% occupancy on Saturday. Continuing to gain stagnant response from the audiences in Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Rajasthan and many other states, the Hindi movie garnered Rs 2.09 crore on 2nd day of its release.
The movie showcased excellent performance on Sunday. Witnessing highest occupancy on the holiday, the horror film minted Rs 2.80 crore on third day of release. Exhibiting outstanding performance in the opening weekend, Vikram Bhatt’s directorial venture bagged Rs 6.45 crore total box office collection in three days.
Failing to maintain consistency in performance at box office, ‘1921’ movie faced gradual drop in the public response in week days. The horror drama film witnessed 5% occupancy in the cinema halls on Monday. After surpassing Rs 5 crore mark in 3 days, the Hindi film bagged an amount of Rs 1.62 crore on 4th day of release.
On fifth day, the fourth installment of ‘1920’ movie franchise experienced consistent decline in the public response. Witnessing 4% occupancy in all shows throughout Tuesday, the horror film earned Rs 1.31 crore on 5th day of release and bagged a total income of Rs 10.38 crore in five days.
Facing gradual drop in the theatre occupancy, the Bollywood movie raked in Rs 1.12 crore on Wednesday. Earning Rs 10.50 crore in six days, the Hindi film faced usual declination in the public response on following day and earned Rs 1.06 crore box office collection on Thursday. The Hindi film collected a total income of Rs 11.56 crore in first week.
Releasing on 11 screens in Australia, the horror film pocketed A$ 18,206. In Malaysia, the Bollywood film registered a business of MYR 928. Hitting 6 screens in New Zealand, Zareen Khan starrer new Hindi movie earned NZ$ 30,151. In United Kingdom, the film released on 8 screens and bagged £ 1,593. Receiving moderate response from film-watchers in United States, Karan Kundra’s latest Hindi movie pocketed USD 4,583 in initial weekend.