Ganapath is running at a low note at the box office since its release. Unfortunately, it has got failed to create the desired impact on viewers and as a result, getting dull response across the country.
Despite a healthy budget, Vikas Bahl’s directorial was released amid the low buzz and had registered a dull opening. Over the weekend, it had remained under-performed and did the business Rs 6.75 crores at the weekend which included Rs 2.50 crores on Friday, Rs 2.25 crores on Saturday, and Rs 2.25 crores on Sunday.
Tiger Shroff and Kriti Sanon is now running on weekdays and after a significant drop in footfalls, it had minted the amount of Rs 1.30 crores on Monday & Rs 1.50 crores on Tuesday (Dussehra Holiday). On the next day i.e. Wednesday, it has managed to collect Rs 1.10 crores and raised 6 days total collection to Rs 10.90 crores nett at the domestic box office.
In parallel, Yaariyan 2 had registered a poor weekend and did the business of Rs 3.50 crores in the first weekend with Rs 1.20 crore on Friday, Rs 1.30 crores on Saturday & Rs 1 crores on Sunday. Then on weekdays, at a steady note, it has raked Rs 0.50 crores on Monday, Rs 0.30 crore on Tuesday & Rs 0.25 crore on Wednesday. After 6 days, its total collection has become Rs 4.55 crores nett.
On the other hand, Ravi Teja’s Pan-India’s film Tiger Nageswara Rao did the business of Rs 14.74 crores in the weekend. On weekdays, it minted Rs 4.06 crore on Monday, Rs 5.35 crore on Tuesday & Rs 3 crore on Wednesday. With this, its 6 days total collection has become Rs 27.69 crores nett.