If the content is good, the audience will definitely come to see your film. While the musical drama Anil Kapoor, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Rajkummar Rao starrer Fanney Khan is holding well but on the lower side, the Irrfan Khan starrer Karwaan and Rishi Kapoor, Tapsee Pannu starrer Mulk are doing very good on weekdays at the box office
Fanney Khan opened to a disastrous Rs 2.15 crores on its first day. There was hardly any growth on its second day and it just collected Rs 2.50 while the third day collection was Rs 2.6 crores. Fanney Khan could not make much business on its fourth day with just 75 lakhs. However, Fanney Khan held well on its first Tuesday with 70 lakhs and on Wednesday with 65 lakhs at the box office bringing the total collection to Rs 8.85 crores (final numbers to be updated). The musical drama is made on a budget of Rs 35 crores all inclusive of prints and advertising cost(Production Cost: 25 Crores & Prints & Advertising Cost: 10 Crores) and should be considered flop.
Karwaan earned Rs 1.5 crores on its first day while the second day collection escalated to Rs 2.75 crores. The business on Sunday further grew to Rs 3.75 crores. The collections on Monday remained stable bringing home Rs 1.15 crores while there was hardly any drop on Tuesday with Rs 1.1 crores. The collections on Wednesday was almost same as Tuesday minting Rs 1.05 crores and earning overall collection to Rs 11.30 crores (final figures to be updated). Karwaan is made on controlled budget of Rs 18 crores all inclusive of prints and advertising cost.
The Rishi Kapoor and Tapsee Pannu starrer has earned Rs 1.45 crores while the business grew on second day with Rs 2.50 crores. The business did escalated on Sunday bringing Rs 3.67 crores while the Monday business was good with Rs 1.15 crores and Tuesday business was better with Rs 1.25 crores. The business grew slightly on Wednesday to Rs 1.30 to the total collections to Rs 11.32 crores (as per trade estimates). The budget of Mulk is Rs 18 Crores all inclusive of prints and advertising cost (Production Cost: 12 Crores, Prints & Advertising Cost: 6 Crores).
Both Karwaan and Mulk still has chance to cross their budget of Rs 18 crores as they should not face much challenge from Kamal Hassan starrer Vishwaroop 2. However, they have time till 15th August when John Abraham’s Satyamev Jayate and Akshay Kumar’s Gold arrives.