Raabta 3rd Day Collection, Completes Weekend on Disappointing Note

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3 Days Total Collection of Raabta

Despite being much talked about, Sushant Singh Rajput and Kriti Sanon film Raabta failed to register any growth on the second day of its release. Its Friday collection has also been less than expected. Talking about the response of audience towards the movie then we get to know that this time too Sushant Singh Rajput & Kriti Sanon failed to impress audience. Overall, the first weekend performance collection wise is just an average and reviews wise is mixed.

Raabta 3rd Day Collection

Raabta was released on 1820 screens in India and on 330 screens in the overseas market. Meanwhile, amid speculations of her alleged relationship with Sushant, Kriti says that she wants to keep a part of her life private. On the opening day, Dinesh Vijan’s directorial Raabta reported lesser occupancy than expected and did the decent business of 5.61 crores. With this, it registered the 8th highest opening of the year so far in Hindi cinema.

On Saturday, the movie didn’t witness any growth in its business and added the amount of 5.11 crores to its account. On the last day of weekend i.e. Sunday also, Raabta reported no growth and minted the amount of only 5.21 crores, which has made its opening weekend total collection as 15.93 crores on domestic box office. To register a reputed opening week total, the movie has to remain steady in weekdays which doesn’t seem easy for it so far.

Now that the weekend time has gone so film is ready to bear the consequences of weekdays as every movie does even biggie or normal one. But to what extent this new unique drama is going to fall in these weekdays is something of interest. Where the first weekend ended today with average report and overall dull performance; the gap of weekdays might slower the graph and make it hard for movie to collect reputed figures. Yet, the low competition from only last week’s releases might add up bit favor for it.

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