2nd Day Collection of Raabta and Behen Hogi Teri, Sushant-Kriti’s Film Remains Decent

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Raabta and Behen Hogi Teri 2 Days Total Collection across India

The much awaited first ever collaboration of Sushant Singh Rajput and Kriti Sanon, Raabta opened on a decent but lower note than expected on Friday. Also it received unfavorable reviews from most of the critics as well as viewers, which caused considerable loss to it’s hype.

2 days total collection of Raabta and Behen Hogi Teri

Dinesh Vijan’s directorial this action romantic drama had gained good buzz among audience with it’s trailer and music. Even though, Raabta is getting lesser response than predicted. Fans and audience liked the chemistry of Sushant and Kriti but movie’s confusing story pulls it back.

On the opening day, it started the journey with only 15% of occupancy for morning shows. Due to rise in footfalls from evening shows, Raabta managed to collect 5.61 crores on Friday. With this it has registered the 8th highest opening of the year so far in Hindi cinema.

On the next day i.e. Saturday, despite being weekend the movie witnessed slight fall in it’s business graph and fetched the amount of 5.11 crores. So after 2 days of release, total collection of Raabta has become 10.72 crores from 1820 screens at domestic box office.

On the other hand, Rajkummar Rao and Shruti Haasan starrer romantic comedy Behen Hogi Teri has also released beside Raabta but with average buzz among audience. Because of Rajkummar’s presence and it’s genre, the movie was expected to do atleast average at box office, but nothing is going fine with it.

On the opening day, Ajay K Pannalal’s recorded 5-10% of occupancy for the morning shows on 757 screens nationwide and raked the business of only 0.32 crore. On Saturday, it took little jump and added the amount of 0.45 crore to make it’s 2 days domestic total as 0.77 crores.

Unfortunately, Behen Hogi Teri seems a complete washout despite getting little better reviews than Raabta. Also the adjacent released Hollywood’s The Mummy is getting far better response from Indian audience than it.


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