Box Office: Jolly LLB benefits from weak releases

MUMBAI: Bipasha Basu and Nawazuddin Siddiqui starrer horror movie Aatma collected Rs 51 million over its opening weekend. There is expected to be a massive drop in collections from today as the Hindi belt is immersed in the Holi mood already.

Jackky Bhagnani’s south Indian remake Rangrezz has been rejected as the first weekend collections show. The film has managed to collect just Rs 34 million.

Makrand Deshpande’s directorial venture starring Naseeruddin Shah Sona Spa found no takers.

Jolly LLB made the most of its open run and its stars whose presence usually promises fun. It benefitted in its second weekend due to poor oppositions and collected Rs 52 million over the week. The film netted Rs 187.5 million from its 10-day run.

Mere Dad Ki Maruti sustained in some parts, doing better in the North. It collected Rs 81.2 million in its first week.

3G collected Rs 55 million in its first week.

Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster dropped drastically in its second week to collect Rs 29 million. It has netted Rs 207 million in 17 days.

Ram Gopal Verma’s The Attacks of 26/11 collected Rs seven million in its third week taking its total to Rs 139 million.

Abhishek Kapoor’s Kai Po Che collected Rs 18 million in its fourth week to take its tally to Rs 475 million.

Special 26 collected Rs five million in its sixth week to take its total to Rs 703.5 million.

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