Haseena Parkar box office collections day 2: The most awaited Shraddha Kapoor starrer Haseena Parkar has witnessed a sharp growth at BO on the second day of its release.
Haseena Parkar box office collections day 2: The most awaited Shraddha Kapoor starrer Haseena Parkar has witnessed a sharp growth at BO on the second day of its release. The movie hit theatres on Friday but it could not manage to create the desired impact on the box office on its opening day. The movie could manage to do a business of Rs 1.87 crore (approx) on day 1. But the second day proved better for the film as it minted Rs 2.60 crore, which brought the total collection of the film at a decent Rs 4.47 crore – no, it was not expected to do better even though it is based on Dawood Ibrahim’s sister. However, Shraddha’s, having chosen to do this biopic and not a Bollywood potboiler, transition from romantic roles will be under the scanner in the coming days.
Speaking to Indian Express, about the movie’s business, trade analyst Girish Johar ahead of the release had said, “Haseena Parkar’ is getting good feedback. Going by the promos, I feel ‘Haseena Parkar’ is a very promising film. Apurva Lakhia’s film will definitely have a good imprint on Shraddha Kapoor’s career. I am personally very keen to watch this film.”
“I am expecting ‘Haseena Parkar’ to reach the Rs 2 crore mark on Friday. During the weekend, the film will earn Rs 7-8 crore,” he had added later.
Directed by Apurva Lakhia, the film also marks the debut of Shraddha’s brother Siddhanth Kapoor. He is seen playing the role of Dawood in the movie. Ankur Bhatia plays the role of Haseena’s husband. Though the movie could not manage to gain a remarkable opening, several industry experts hope of the film doing well over the weekend.
“All three together will perform well. End of the day, it all depends on the content. If three films have good content, they will have excellent chances of survival at the box office. Holidays always play a huge role in boosting a film. The Pujas will have a good impact on the films,” Johar said.