Baaghi exceeds expectations; Jungle Book continues strong

MUMBAI: Baaghi, a romance- action film and only the second film for Tiger Shroff, has with an opening response, exceeding all expectations. The film went on to cross the Rs 12 crore mark on its opening, on Friday. For a change, many single screens displayed House Full boards. The film held on very well on Saturday and excelled on Sunday to end its opening weekend with an impressive tally of Rs 38.7 crore.

Short Cut Safari, a film aimed at children remained poor. It was too amateurish even for kids.

Nil Battey Sannata could not cash in on its tax exemption in Delhi and UP and managed to put together only Rs 2.75 crore in its first week.

Laal Rang, despite rising familiarity of the moviegoer with Randeep Hooda, failed to draw viewers. The film could manage just about Rs 1.7 crore in its first week.

Santa Banta Pvt Ltd, a pathetic attempt at comedy, fared very poor. The film collected Rs 70 lakh in its first week.

Fan dropped drastically in its second week collecting just Rs 11.1 crore. The theme and the pace of the film did not quite go down well with the audience. The two week total for the film is Rs 82.6 crore.

Jungle Book continued with its triumphant march. The film collected an impressive Rs 30.7 crore from all versions in its third week to take its tally to Rs 151.5 crore.

Ki & Ka added Rs 50 lakh in its fourth week to take its four week tally to Rs 51.15 crore.

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