Published On: Sat, Aug 11th, 2018

Box Office update: Mulk is the favourite so far, Karwaan has some hold, Fanney Khan brushed-off!

Box Office update

Out of all the topical releases, Tapsee Pannu’s Mulk was able to gather the most fondness from the audience.

Box Office update: Mulk is the favourite so far, Karwaan has some hold, Fanney Khan brushed-off!

Unsurprisingly, Mulk is the preferred one among all other recent releases that hit the cinemas last week. The Tapsee Pannu starrer has outshined other movies like Fanney Khan and Karwaan, that feature some of the biggest superstars.

Besides Tapsee Pannu, Mulk also stars veteran actor Rishi Kapoor in pivotal role. The movie has a unique topic as it attacks Islamisation and speaks against the rising prejudices in the society.

Rishi Kapoor plays a Muslim who is making every effort to preserve the dignity of his family. Tapsee Pannu fights for him in the court. This courtroom drama has various appealing performances of some talented artists.

Although Mulk couldn’t see a very good start with just 1.60 crore rupees earning on the opening day, the film is now grossing steadily in the market.

Recent update from box office shows that Mulk was able to produce Rs 1.30 crore on Tuesday and with the amount, the total collection of the film now rests at 10.66 crore rupees. Expectations are that the film will be able to cross 13 crore mark within its first week of release which will ensure packed theatres in the second week.

Karwaan, released in the same week as Mulk, is also doing an unfailing business in the film market. The film saw a collection of 1.5 crore rupees on its first day.

According to the current update, the film marked Tuesday with an earnings of 1.20 crore. This makes the total income rise to 10.40 crore.

The Irfan Khan starrer is also expected to come to 13 crore mark by the end of its first week. Another movie, Fanney Khan also hit the cinemas in the same week as Mulk and Karwaan but it is even not able to hang on. The movie had a blow on box office with much less total collections of just 8.70 crore rupees

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