Newly released Bollywood movie ‘Mukkabaaz’ earned Rs 6.73 crore total box office collection in 7 days. Witnessing steady occupancy throughout the week, the Hindi movie garnered average earnings on each day and grossed Rs 7 crore total worldwide box office collection in one week.
Commencing the box office journey on a decent note, the sports drama movie faced average occupancy on opening day. Failing to attract a huge number of audience in theatres, the Bollywood film registered a business of Rs 0.82 crore on first day of its release.
After taking a decent start to the box office journey, the Hindi film witnessed minor surge in the public response on day 2. Receiving moderate response from the film-watchers, the Hindi film raked in Rs 1.51 crore box office collection on 2nd day of release.
Earning Rs 2.33 crore in two days, Anurag Kashyap’s directorial venture experienced slight increment in the audiences’ response on Sunday. Managing to receive maximum response on holiday, the latest Hindi movie minted Rs 1.71 crore total income on 3rd day of release.
Grossing Rs 4.04 crore overall monetary profit in the initial weekend, the Bollywood movie reported abrupt drop in the public response on Monday. The film failed to gain consistent response from spectators in cinema halls and bagged an income of Rs 0.81 crore on 4th day of release.
Produced under the banner of ‘Phantom Films’, the latest Hindi movie witnessed no hike in theatre occupancy on following day. The multi-starrer sports drama film saw declination in the response from moviegoers and pocketed Rs 0.72 crore on 5th day of release.
In five days, Jimmy Shergil and Vineet Kumar Singh starrer new Hindi film earned a total collection of Rs 5.57 on Indian box office. Featuring Bhojpuri actor Ravi Kishan in supporting role, the Bollywood movie earned Rs 0.61 crore income on 6th day of its release in India.
Surpassing Rs 6 crore mark at India’s box office on sixth day, Anand L Rai’s latest production failed to grab the attention of a huge audience in cinema halls on 7th day. Witnessing gradual drop in the theatre occupancy, the Hindi movie registered a business of Rs 0.55 crore on seventh day of its release.
Apart from earning decent income in domestic arena, the Bollywood film showcased poor performance at worldwide box office. Releasing on 8 screens in New Zealand, the Hindi film amassed NZ$ 987 in first weekend. Hitting 6 screens in Australia, the film registered a business of A$ 6,477.
In United Kingdom, the Hindi film released on 32 screens and recorded a business of £ 9,927. Receiving average response from film-watchers in United States of America, the movie earned a total income of US$ 39,489 in the opening weekend.