Piku – Kuch Kuch Locha Hai 7th Day Collection | First Week Business Report

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Piku One Week Performance

Being one of the latest releases among the last Friday, the Deepika-Amitabh-Irrfan starrer movie Piku has done a decent job in making business throughout one week with seventh day collection of 3.70 crores making its one week income to be 41.42 crores. Film has been beaten other co-release at the box office this till today as more audience went to watch this one. Content of the movie is too entertaining and is more suitable for families and everyone else. This contrast with the fact that Deepika is a multiplex star trade is calling it class masala something which is unable to decide which segment it wants to cater to romance, comedy or family story.


Post Happy New Year, lot was expected from Deepika as always and it seems that the audience happens to like this movie much. Though audience has not gone much to view the performance this time in movie and the occupancy was lower yesterday especially in weekdays but still it came out as decent runner. Today it has completed its one week journey on box office decently and the film’s business in the seven days has been just below average.

Kuch Kuch Locha Hai One Week Performance

Among the two releases, this comedy movie Kuch Kuch Locha Hai was the dull one however its business chart is very low. Piku took lead all over this entire week along with Gabbar Is Back. Seventh day box office collection of this Sunny Leone first time ever fully fledged comedy movie is around 32 Lacs* which is very low for the health of the film for entering in second week. On the other hand, Piku is still going strong at the box-office. Total one week collection of film stands at only 3.80 crores* including today.

The film added few more digits to its collection today but has not recovered its cost yet. In the coming few days, the film is certain to get lower performance and response wise. At the end we can only say that film is totally a flop and it has drowned expectations of the audience and critics after pretty good hopes.