Featuring popular Bollywood actor Karan Kundra in main role, latest Bollywood movie ‘1921’ received poor response in 2nd weekend. Witnessing moderate occupancy in the cinema halls, the horror film raked in Rs 2.09 crore in 2nd weekend and earned Rs 13.59 crore total box office collection in 10 days.
Taking a good start to box office journey, the Hindi film witnessed 30% theatre occupancy on opening day. Receiving moderate response from the moviegoers, the newly released Bollywood movie minted Rs 1.56 crore income on first day of its release in India.
Receiving steady response from public spectators in the first weekend, the movie earned Rs 2.09 crore on 2nd day of release. Maintaining consistency in the performance at India’s box office, the Bollywood film witnessed minor growth in theatre occupancy on Sunday and amassed Rs 2.80 crore on third day of its release.
After earning Rs 6.45 crore total collection in first weekend, the Hindi film faced massive drop in public response in week days. Receiving dull response from the audiences, the horror movie pocketed a total income of Rs 5.05 crore in week days. By the end of 7th day of release, Vikram Bhatt’s directorial venture garnered Rs 11.5 crore overall collection on Indian box office.
Failing to attract a big audience in cinema halls, the Hindi language film witnessed 10% occupancy on 2nd Friday. Gaining poor response from the film-watchers, Zareen Khan’s starrer Bollywood movie registered a business of Rs 0.5 crore on 8th day of its release in India.
Earning Rs 12 crore in 8 days, the movie faced slight growth in the public response on 2nd Saturday. Witnessing minor surge in the theatre occupancy on Saturday, the Bollywood film amassed Rs 0.65 crore on 9th day and bagged Rs 12.65 crore total box office collection in 9 days.
Facing more growth in the response from audience on Sunday, the Hindi movie recorded a business of Rs 0.88 crore on 10th day of release. The fourth installment of ‘1920’ movie franchise received average response from spectators in cinema halls and earned an income of Rs 2.09 crore in 2nd weekend.
Apart from earning an impressive income in domestic arena, ‘1921’ movie earned satisfactory box office collection in international market. Releasing on 11 screens in Australia, the horror movie pocketed A$ 18,206. In Austria, the Hindi film released on 2 screens and raked in US$ 30,725. In Malaysia, the Bollywood film registered a business of MYR 2,353.
Hitting 13 screens in New Zealand, Karan Kundra and Zareen Khan starrer new Hindi cinema earned NZ$ 58,565. In United Kingdom, the film released on 12 screens and bagged £ 3,446. Receiving moderate response from film-watchers in United States, the latest Bollywood movie pocketed US$ 7,850 in initial weekend.