Munna Michael Collection Opening Weekend: Directed by Sabbir Khan, Munna Michael features Tiger Shroff, Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Chetna Pande in lead roles. The film has had an impressive opening on the Box Office with an earning of Rs 6.65 crore on Day 1. Up until Saturday, the movie has earned a total of Rs 12.80 crore in India across 3000 screens, according to movie critic and busines analyst Taran Adarsh. He took to Twitter and wrote, “#MunnaMichael Fri 6.65 cr, Sat 6.15 cr. Total: ₹ 12.80 cr [3000 screens]. India biz.” Sunday saw an increase in the earning of the movie taking its total earning to Rs 21.67. Taking it to Twitter, Taran Adarsh shared the numbers saying, “#MunnaMichael Fri 6.65 cr, Sat 6.32 cr, Sun 8.70 cr. Total: ₹ 21.67 cr [3000 screens]. India biz.” Even though the movie did not gain much speculation before its release, it is slowly gaining hold over the box office and its collection looks promising in the coming week.
Sabbir Khan who has earlier directed films like Kambakkht Ishq, Heropanti and Baaghi while talking to IANS said, “When we were writing the script of the film, I got a gut feeling that I want Nawazuddin for this role. By the time we finished, I was sure that only he can play this role as it will take him out of his comfort zone. We have made him do something that he has not done before. I did have to force him to get down to rehearsing and dance on screen. But that’s the fun part to make an actor do something that he has not done before.”
#MunnaMichael Fri 6.65 cr, Sat 6.32 cr, Sun 8.70 cr. Total: ₹ 21.67 cr [3000 screens]. India biz.
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) July 24, 2017
Tiger Shroff’s dance action entertainer Munna Michael hit the screen on Friday. According to a report by the Bollywood Hungama, the film, which has also been released across 400 overseas screens, did a business of Rs 0.02 crore in both Australia and New Zealand, each on the first day. With this figure, the dance musical has emerged as third highest opening day grosser in Tiger Shroff’s career, as it has performed better than his debut film Heropanti.