Naam Shabana First Week Collection: Check the first week box office collection of Taapsee Pannu starrer Naam Shabana.
Taapsee Pannu starrer Naam Shabana was released last Friday with good hype and buzz. A prequel to Akshay Kumar’s 2015 film Baby, Naam Shabana had a positive start at the box office as it earned 18.76 crores in the first weekend. After a good opening weekend, the movie really struggled on weekdays. The trend is not looking favourable as the collection dropped by a huge margin in last two days.
Well, this kind of drop was expected as the movie received poor reviews from critics. In the opening weekend, the movie was driven by Akshay Kumar’s star power. And now when the WOM comes into play, it has started falling apart at the box office.
As per early estimates, Naam Shabana 7th day collection will be in the range of 1.5 to 1.7 crores. The first week collection of the movies stands at 27.2 crores. Have a look at the first week day-wise box office collection of Naam Shabana.
Naam Shabana 1st Day Collection: 5.12 crores
Naam Shabana 2nd Day Collection: 6.37 crores
Naam Shabana 3rd Day Collection: 7.27 crores
Naam Shabana 4th Day Collection: 2.54 crores
Naam Shabana 5th Day Collection: 2.50 crores
Naam Shabana 6th Day Collection: 1.80 crores
Naam Shabana 7th Day Collection: 1.60 crores
Naam Shabana First Week Collection: 27.2 Crores
The first week collection of Naam Shabana is 5th highest of 2017. It has beaten the opening week collection of movies like Phillauri, Rangoon, Commando 2 and OK Jaanu.
With no big release this week, Naam Shabana still has a chance to rake more moolah in the coming days. The total budget of Naam Shabana including the print and advertising cost is 40 crores. The makers have recovered only 10 crores through music and satellite rights and still needs to earn at least 50 crores to be called a hit at the box office.
Considering the current pace, it seems that the movie will wrap up its box office journey well under 35 crores. What are your views on Naam Shabana first week collection? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section.