Hollywood’s The Conjuring 2 Gets Better than new Hindi Movies
This week’s new buzzed offerings from Bollywood and Hollywood include suspense thriller TE3N, action romantic Do Lafzon Ki Kahani & horror The Conjuring 2. Among these the second installment of most popular horror franchise The Conjuring is leading and once again Hollywood dominates Bollywood on Indian box office. This English movie is getting fair response from audience across the country and also hampering the performance of adjacent Hindi movies.
It had reported the total collection of total 19.75 crores in the opening weekend, that includes 5.25 crores of Friday, 6.90 crores of Saturday and 7.60 crores of Sunday. Now it is running in weekdays and as usual getting lesser footfall in theaters but still raking almost good business figures. On Monday it faced almost 40% of drop than Sunday and minted the amount of 4.50 crores. On the next day i.e. Tuesday, The Conjuring 2 witnessed slightly lesser; collected the amount of 4.15 crores and made its 5 days total India collection as 28.40 crores.
In parallel, the megastar Amitabh Bachchan starrer TE3N raked total 11.13 crores in the weekend that includes 2.61 crores of Friday, 3.97 crores of Saturday and 4.55 crores of Sunday. On Monday, being normal working day it faced the amount of around 70% and minted the amount of 1.40 crore. On its 5th day i.e. Tuesday, it reported little more drop and added 1.38 crore to its account. At the end of the day, total domestic collection of TE3N is recorded as 13.91 crores.
The second Hindi movie, Randeep Hooda and Kajal Aggarwal starrer love story Do Lafzon Ki Kahani passed its weekend on a low note and minted the amount of only 3.74 crores from Indian screens, that includes 1.03 crore of Friday, 1.26 crore of Saturday and 1.45 crore of Sunday. With considerable drop in compare to weekend, it raked the business of 0.51 crore on Monday and made 0.49 crore on Tuesday with slight more drop. With this, total 5 days domestic collection of Do Lafzon Ki Kahani has become 4.74 crores.