​​Raabta box bureau collection day 2: Sushant Singh Rajput film is headed for trouble


Raabta, Raabta collection, Raabta box bureau collection,  Sushant Singh Rajput, kriti sanonRaabta, Raabta collection, Raabta box bureau collection,  Sushant Singh Rajput, kriti sanon Raabta box bureau collection day 2: Sushant Singh Rajput and Kriti Sanon starrer is headed into choppy waters.

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The box bureau prospects of Raabta over a weekend doesn’t demeanour so bright. After receiving a lukewarm response on a initial day, Sushant Singh Rajput and Kriti Sanon starrer is headed into choppy waters. The poorly-reviewed film unsuccessful to collect adult on a initial day and competence not be means to form a certain open opinion in a entrance days. Raabta managed to move in around Rs 5.61 crore so distant and has unsuccessful to live adult to a expectations.

Now, a film competence not be means to lift in a throng to theatres on Sunday either. The Champion Trophy compare between India and South Africa is scheduled on Sunday. Film trade consultant Girish Johar told indianexpress.com that all films releasing this weekend will be in a gummy conditions due to this match.

“I consider it will be a formidable highway forward for Raabta given reviews are not good and there are high expectations from a film. The film has started on a delayed note. Sunday is a really critical day for box bureau though there is an India vs South Africa compare on a same day. That’s a do or die conditions for India. So whatever burst is approaching on that day, we believe, would not be there. The kind of start that was approaching for a film didn’t happen,” Girish said.

Another dual releases this weekend including Behen Hogi Teri and Tom Cruise’s The Mummy will also face identical problems over a weekend. “Behen Hogi Teri is a tiny film and has expelled on singular screens. we consider even if it had a delayed start on Friday given it had a parsimonious release, it competence do something over a weekend. It’s Monday collection will finally confirm a box bureau direction,” Girish said. Rajkummar Rao film managed to collect Rs 1 crore on Day 1, reported Koimoi.

Tom Cruise-starrer The Mummy took in around Rs 3.5 crore. When asked about how it competence do during a box bureau over a weekend, Girish says, “The Mummy has not been perceived good in abroad and home market. The reviews here in India are also not that great. It did have a decent start though let’s see how it performs over a weekend. Sunday being a cricket match, that competence bushel a growth.”

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