Super 30 Box Office Collection: Biopic Stays Strong But Weekday Numbers Will Make or Break It

Super 30 Box Office Collection: Biopic Stays Strong But Weekday Numbers Will Make or Break It

Super 30 is still doing well as expected at the box office, but Hrithik Roshan's film will have to depend on its weekday numbers to see how it continues to fare
Super 30 Box Office Collection: Biopic Stays Strong But Weekday Numbers Will Make or Break It
Hrithik Roshan in Super 30

Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan’s Super 30 has been storming the box office since its release. According to reports, it successfully earned approximately Rs 7 crore on Monday after earning Rs 50.76 crore over the weekend. Even though it is a non-holiday release, people still came to cinemas to watch it as the week began. Sources familiar with the matter revealed that Super 30 suffered a 40% decline after the weekend ended. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh disclosed that the film is doing well internationally as well.

“Overseas... Day 1: $ 902k, Day 2: $ 795k, Day 3: $ 549k, Total: $ 2.246 million [₹ 15.39 cr],” he stated. Adding up the international and domestic earnings of the film clearly brings the worldwide box office collection of Super 30 to Rs 72.89 crore. Adarsh added that, “Super30 now depends on weekdays to consolidate its status... Growth on Sat and Sun gives the film a chance at metros and Tier-2 cities specifically... #Super30 trending is far, far better than Hrithik’s last two films - #MohenjoDaro and #Kaabil.”

It is worth noting that Super 30 will soon be up against the remake of 1994 animated classic The Lion King and will have to maintain a steady pace in order to earn more money. Adarsh also imparted a break up of weekly numbers of the film. ““#Super30 has an excellent weekend... Performed exceptionally well at multiplexes of metros and Tier-2 cities, while mass circuits also saw a healthy trend... Fri 11.83 cr, Sat 18.19 cr, Sun 20.74 cr. Total: ₹ 50.76 cr. India biz.” The movie is about a brilliant mathematician Anand Kumar who helps 30 smart but underprivileged students prepare for entrance exams for the Indian Institutes of Technology. It is directed by Vikas Bahl.

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