John Abraham is full of surprises and his recent film Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran, is being hugely appreciated by the audience. The soaring numbers at the box office is testimony to the film’s success and also go to prove that no amount of controversy can affect a film as long as it is a great watch.
Parmanu starring John Abraham and Diana Penty saw a big jump in its box office collection on Saturday and Sunday, with the audience raving about the storyline and performances. The film enjoyed a jump of over 50 percent in its business on the second day as it collected Rs 7.25 crore, after posting an initial collection of Rs 4.75 crore on Friday, as reported by BoxOfficeIndia.com.
Indicating to the box office collections on Monday, film critic Taran Adarsh stated that the film managed to do good business mainly because of word of mouth. John Abraham's film raked in Rs. 4.10 crore on day four, pushing the total to Rs. 24.88 crore. Taran Adarsh tweeted: "Parmanu has a super-strong Monday... Has 14.94% decline on Mon [vis-a-vis Fri]... The growing word of mouth has helped consolidate its position... Fri 4.82 cr, Sat 7.64 cr, Sun 8.32 cr, Mon 4.10 cr. Total: Rs. 24.88 cr. India biz."
Considering the film released while it was still struggling to come out from its controversy and in the middle of the Indian Premier League (IPL), Pamanu has already emerged a winner.