Sachin Khedekar’s latest Marathi film seems to have impressed an average number of people in Maharashtra. Featuring Pushkraj Chirputkar, Sharvari Lohkare and Akarsh Khurana in the prominent characters, the comedy drama celluloid had a good weekend. But the film didn’t perform well on Monday (4th day of its release) and raked in poor box office collections.
Releasing on less number of screens across the Marathi speaking state, the family entertainer witnessed decent response from the audiences in initial three days. Though the celluloid experienced tremendous box office competition with parallelly released Marathi films ‘Zindagi Virat’ and ‘Ghuma’, it received a steady response from the film-watchers in opening weekend.
Fourth day didn’t help the movie much in catching the attention of a huge number of audiences. The celluloid’s performance on Indian box office dropped on Monday and the finalised earnings too failed to reach the expected income figures. Occupancy in the cinema halls didn’t increase in the noon and evening shows on Monday as it didn’t vary much throughout the day.
Nipun Dharmadhikari’s directorial venture faced an abrupt 50% drop in the overall occupancy on 4th day. The comedy drama offering failed to continue with pace with which it started its box office journey on opening day. According to trade analysts, this recently released Marathi movie will hardly cross the expected box office number in the first week.