Housefull 4 Box Office Collection Day 3: Akshay Kumar Film Earns INR 50 Crore Over First Weekend
Akshay Kumar’s latest film Housefull 4 has earned INR 50 crore over its opening weekend. Check out the comedy film’s box office report below.
Multistarrer comedy film Housefull 4 -- which was released on Friday, 25th October -- is doing well at the ticket windows. The fourth installment of Akshay Kumar’s superhit Housefull franchise collected approximately INR 49-50 crore over its first weekend. It earned around INR 19.08 crore on the opening day and INR 18.81 crore on Saturday, bringing the total to INR 37.89 crore for two days. Film trade analyst, Taran Adarsh, reported on Twitter, “HouseFull4 is steady on Day 2... Saw gains in some circuits, was down in few... Biz on Mon is pivotal when Diwali holidays begin... Tue-Thu biz is crucial, if it has to post a solid total... Fri 19.08 cr, Sat 18.81 cr. Total: Rs 37.89 cr. India biz. HF4.”
The film witnessed a drop in collections on Saturday and Sunday due to Diwali celebrations and public holiday. As per a report on Boxofficeindia report, the film earned INR 12.5-13 crore on Sunday, bringing the total to INR 50 crore. As per Taran Adarsh, Monday's collections will be crucial in determining how the film performs further.
The film’s release clashed with Rajkummar Rao and Mouni Roy’s Made in China and Taapsee Pannu and Bhumi Pednekar’s Saand Ki Aankh, but Housefull 4 performed better than the other two releases.
Made In China
Directed by Farhad Samji, the reincarnation comedy stars Akshay Kumar, Riteish Deshmukh, Bobby Deol, Kriti Sanon, Kirti Kharbanda, Pooja Hegde, Boman Irani and Jaaved Jaafery. The film revolves around three reincarnated couples. It follows a non-linear narrative and is set in 1419 and in 2019. Despite its success at the box office, the movie has received several negative reviews. Saibal Chatterjee of NDTV.com wrote, “The misunderstandings that the rigmarole causes are neither funny nor logical. A film so thin has never been so confusing. With little to offer by way of truly effective slapstick, Housefull 4 falls back on the usual complement of Bollywood cross-references.”