Jolly LLB nets Rs 124 mn in opening weekend

MUMBAI: Boman Irani and Arshad Warsi starrer Jolly LLB collected Rs 123.5 million in its opening weekend. The film has found few takers in single screens and small centres as the collections indicate that over Rs 90 million has come from Bombay, Delhi-UP NCR and Punjab circuits.

Mere Dad Ki Maruti has not been able to draw patrons and has managed to collect just Rs 45.9 million from its first weekend run at the box office.

Neil Nitin Mukesh 3G seems to have done better in smaller centres and collected Rs 41 million in its opening weekend.

Tigmanshu Dhulia’s critically appreciated Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster Returns sustained fairly well to end its first week with collections of Rs 178 million (after a weekend of Rs 111 million).

Saare Jahaan Se Mehnga ran with collections of about Rs 8.5 million in its first week.

I Me Aur Mein collected Rs 8.5 lakh in its second week taking its total to Rs 86.5 million.

Ram Gopal Varma’s The Attacks Of 26/11 collected Rs 25 million in its second week. It has netted Rs 132 million so far.

Zila Ghaziabad collected Rs 6.5 million in its third week to take its box office total to Rs 155.5 million.

Kai Po Che sustained well in its third week and collected Rs 52 million. Its box office collections stand at Rs 457 million.

Special 26 collected Rs 13 million in its fifth week to have a total score of Rs 698.5 million.

Any Body Can Dance (ABCD) added Rs 4.2 million in its fifth week to take its total collections to Rs 406 million.

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