MUMBAI: Pizza 3-D has proved to be a poor performer with few takers turning up at the cinema halls. The film collected Rs 2.5 crore for its opening weekend.
Virr Das is another example of a media made star who don’t work on screen. His Amit Sahni Ki List stays poor in its opening weekend with barely Rs 1.75 crore to show for three days.
Riyasat, Rajesh Khanna’s last screen appearance goes unnoticed and might as well as this was not quite the film the legendary super star deserved to be remembered by.
The only film to draw some audience this week is Hate Story 2, thanks partly to its brand equity and to some extent to the exposure its promotion promised. The film has managed to collect Rs 14.5 crore during its first three days.
Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania is a rare tribute to an all-time classic, Dilwale Dulhania le Jayenge in this case that has worked; usually such tributes or imitations in the name of a tribute backfire. After a sturdy first weekend at the box office, the film remained steady and finished its first week with figures of Rs 51.9 crore. The film is reported to have done steady business in its second weekend too.
Bobby Jasoos managed to put together Rs 1.15 crore in its second week to take its two week total to Rs 10.05 crore.
Ek Villain, almost coming to the end of its run, has collected Rs 3.1 crore in its third week to take its three week tally to Rs 102.5 crore.
Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty collects Rs 30 lakh in its sixth week to take its six week tally to Rs 111.07 crore.