MUMBAI: Bullett Raja based on an outdated premise which a few decades back would have been classified as B-grade stunt movie, has not gone down well with the audience. While the film fared better with the single screen moviegoers, it was not accepted at the multiplexes. The film has collected Rs 19.7 crore for its opening weekend.
Last week’s release, Singh Saab The Great has been below par; its mostly Punjabi lingo and flavour limited its appeal to a region. The film has collected Rs 20.8 crore in its first week with little to hope for in second week.
Gori Tere Pyar Mein too has proved to be a disaster that it was predicted to be. An outdated story told in a patchy style, the film falls flat with poor response from day one. It was not a film worth making. The collections endorse the view. The film has collected a meagre Rs 12.65 crore in its first week.
And though, it didn’t see a great opening, Goliyon Ki Rasleela: Ram Leela has had a decent second week, especially in Bombay Circuit. The film has collected Rs 22.1 crore in its second week with half of it coming from Bombay Circuit.
Krrish 3 comes to the end of its run with the film collecting just Rs 2.5 crore in its fourth week. The film’s four week tally is Rs 174.3 crore.