Fukrey Returns box office collection: The comic caper Fukrey’s sequel which was released on December 8 has managed to make people roll on the floor laughing.
Fukrey Returns box office collection: The comic caper Fukrey’s sequel which was released on December 8 has managed to make people roll on the floor laughing. Pulkit Samrat, Varun Sharma, Richa Chadha, Manjot Singh and Ali Faizal starrer has also managed to do well and it has grossed an impressive Rs 66.11 Crore in domestic market. Interestingly, one of the reasons for Fukrey Returns success is that there was no competition for it on the big screen. The trailers of the movie were quirky and the marketing was done properly which resulted in luring the audience by increasing the excitement amongst them. On its opening weekend, Fukrey Returns earned Rs 32.2 cr
Fukrey Returns producer Farhan Akhtar also expressed his elation over the film’s success at a recent event and said, “I am very happy with the way the audience has received Fukrey Returns. It’s been a week and the film has performed very well. In this week also, there is no major film releasing. We feel that the film will have a very good run at the box office. It’s been a very very healthy first week.”
The movie is set in Delhi and is a story of four Fukras, and their madness. The second instalment is a continuation of the first.
The first instalment ended with Bholi Punjaban (Richa Chadha) getting arrested by the police and being sent behind bars. But the ‘lady don’ is back again for her revenge from the Fukreys, Hunny (Pulkit Samrat), Choocha, Zafar (Ali Zafar), Lali (Manjot Singh). The film is definitely a laugh riot and will you on the floor laughing.
In the earlier instalment, we saw Hunny predicting Choocha’s weird dream to form a lottery number which got them easy bucks. Choocha’s dreaming continues, only this time he has ” Deja-choo” (deja vu) as well. This time its no more about the lottery, it is even bigger since its about a hidden treasure and a mysterious den.
The movie is expected to see more growth until next big movie hits the theatres.