This Hollywood movie has done much better at the Box Office in India than 2 other Bollywood releases like Poster Boys and Daddy.
This Hollywood movie has done much better at the Box Office in India than 2 other Bollywood releases like Poster Boys and Daddy. The name is It. Yes, you read that right! The horror movie, which was released for Indian audience on Friday, has collected 1.67 crore on the first day. It is based on Stephen King’s novel. What is more, people have loved the movie – at least those who like watching horror movies. Till Tuesday the film’s collections have reached Rs 10.7 crore, as per business analyst Taran Adarsh.
As per him, the movie is doing much better than Bollywood film Poster Boys. While the movie had collected Rs 1.75 crore on the first day of its release, the Sunny Deol-starrer has collected Rs 9.40 crore till Tuesday. The movie has also done better than Daddy. As per Indian Express, the Arjun Rampal movie which had collected Rs 1.30 crore on Day 1 had collected Rs 5.35 crore till Tuesday.
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According to Indian Express, It tells the story of seven youngsters growing in Township of Derry. Calling themselves Losers’ club, each of them has been ostracised because of one reason or other.
The film has Bill Skarsgard in the major role. Others who are also part of star cast include young actors like Jaeden Lieberher, Jeremy Ray Taylor, Sophia Lillis, Finn Wolfhard, Wyatt Oleff, Chosen Jacobs and Jackson Robert Scott.
The movie has broken several records in the US. The movie garnered $117.2m at the US box office alone. The movie has seen the highest opening in history as far as horror movies are concerned. It has earned more than double than previous record holder ‘Paranormal Activity 3′. It also saw the biggest opening ever in September in any genre, Indian Express added further.