Haseena Parkar And Newton First Weekend Collection: First Weekend Box Office Report of Bhoomi, Haseena Parkar and Newton.
One more week and two more flops. This has been the case throughout this year. Bollywood saw three decent releases this year and two of them have failed terribly at the box office. Sanjay Dutt’s comeback film managed to earn around 7.5 crores in the first weekend. Shraddha Kapoor’s Haseena Parkar turned out the weakest of the lot. Rajkummar Rao’s Newton has surprised everyone. It witnessed good growth over the weekend and is expected to remain strong on weekdays as the WOM is positive. Let’s have a look at Haseena Parkar, Newton first weekend collection.
Haseena Parkar first weekend collection
The film which was expected to be a path-breaking film for Shraddha Kapoor has emerged as one of the biggest disasters of the year. Yes, we are talking about Haseena Parkar. Shraddha Kapoor fans had huge expectations from the film but it has failed terribly at the box office. Released on around 1200 screens, the movie has failed to earn even 5 crores in the first weekend. Let’s have a look at day-wise first-weekend report of Haseena Parkar:
Haseena Parkar 1st day collection: 1.5 crores
Haseena Parkar 2nd day collection: 1.7 crores
Haseena Parkar 3rd day collection: 1.8 crores
Haseena Parkar first weekend collection: 5 crores
Newton first weekend collection
Rajkummar Rao’s Newton has surprised everyone. After an average opening day with the collection of 1 crore, the movie has shown tremendous growth over the weekend. The news of it becoming India’s official entry to Oscars 2018 had certainly helped.
The movie has shown around 230% growth on Sunday compared to the opening day. With the collection of 3.3 crores on Sunday, the first weekend collection of the movie stands at 6.78 crores.
Newton 1st day collection: 1.00 crores
Newton 2nd day collection: 2.48 crores
Newton 3rd day collection: 3.30 crores (early estimates)
Newton first weekend collection: 6.78 crores
Made on a budget of around 7 crores, the movie has almost recovered its cost. Considering the current trend, we expect Newton to be one of the most profitable films of the year.