Poster Boys box bureau collection day 4: Sunny and Bobby Deol’s film earns Rs 8.35 crore
Poster Boys box bureau collection day 3: Sunny Deol film earns Rs 7.25 cr
Poster Boys box bureau collection Day 2: Sunny Deol’s film shows growth, earns Rs 4.15 crore
Sunny Deol and Bobby Deol’s Poster Boys had a delayed start during a box office, though shortly it picked adult gait and showed an ceiling trend. However, a sum collection has been altogether unsatisfactory in a run of 4 days during a theaters.
The film has collected a sum of Rs 8.35 crore, with usually Rs 1.10 crore, according to boxofficeindia.com, on Monday. It unequivocally needs to urge a opening in a entrance days to shun being called a wave by film buffs. After opening during Rs 1.75 crore, a film had picked adult on Saturday with a earning of Rs 2.40 crore. On Sunday too, a film had shown a decent uncover with a collection of Rs 3.10 crore, holding a sum weekend total of a film to Rs 7.25 crore.
Trade researcher Taran Adarsh had tweeted a box bureau total of Sunday and wrote, “#PosterBoys Fri 1.75 cr, Sat 2.40 cr, Sun 3.10 cr. Total: ₹ 7.25 cr. India biz,” he said. While Poster Boys is a Bollywood directorial entrance of Shreyas Talpade, it also brings a iconic Yamla Pagla Deewana twin of Bobby and Sunny behind to a screens. Poster Boys is a central reconstitute of a 2014 Marathi strike Poshter Boyz that was also helmed by Shreyas. And deliberation a kind of work that has been put into a project, a low collection contingency come as a outrageous beating for all a stakeholders and distributors.
The film was panned by critics as well. Indian Express’ film censor Shubhra Gupta said, “Whenever a tract feels like it, it picks adult on Sunny Deol’s punchy dialogues from his past films. This unequivocally sleepy device usually serves to remind us of a time when Sunny done watchable films. Here he is a selfie-obsessed prime associate who is bustling saving his sister’s ‘rishta’ from exploding when he is not cosying adult to his simpering ‘biwi’ (Sonali Kulkarni). We won’t ask what she’s doing here: nor a constant Kalsekar. Presumably, everybody has bills to pay.”