Dream Girl, featuring Ayushmann Khurrana in a quirky role, saw a brilliant reaction at the box office in its first weekend. The film is assessed to have gathered around Rs 44.50 crore in three days of its release.
As indicated by a report in Boxofficeindia.com, the film gathered around Rs 18 crore on Sunday. After opening at an incredible Rs 10.05 crore, it had demonstrated the development of around 63% on Saturday with accumulations of Rs 16.42 crore.
The film stars Nushrat Bharucha as the female lead alongside Annu Kapoor, Manjot Singh, Nidhi Bisht, Vijay Raaz, and others. The film is Ayushmann and Nushrat’s most noteworthy opener and has recorded the greatest end of the weekend when contrasted with their previous hit films. It is Ayushmann’s second hit of the year after his last film Article 15 gathered Rs 65.45 crore at the domestic box office.
In Dream Girl, Ayushmann plays a man who works at a hotline where he converses with his customers in a lady’s voice. He arrives in a dubious circumstance when a significant number of his clients begin to look all starry eyed at his hotline persona.
The arrival of Dream Girl likewise corresponded with the arrival of Richa Chadha and Akshaye Khanna’s film, Article 375. The film demonstrated a little development on Saturday with a gathering of Rs 3 crore. It has gathered Rs 4.52 crore in two days.
Dream Girl is likewise contending with Nitesh Tiwari’s multi-starrer dramatization Chhichhore which keeps on staying relentless even after its second weekend. Film trade expert Taran Adarsh announced the film a hit as its nearing the Rs 100 crore mark.
Sharing the Saturday accumulations of the film, Taran composed on Twitter, “Chhichhore returns to top form on [second] Sat… Emerges a biggg favourite as biz multiplies and witnesses huge gains [76.40% growth] across the board… ₹ 100 cr is not far away… [Week 2] Fri 5.34 cr, Sat 9.42 cr. Total: Rs 83.59 cr. India biz. SUPER-HIT.”
Chhichhore boasts of a group cast of Shraddha Kapoor, Sushant Singh Rajput, Varun Sharma, Tahir Raj Bhasin, Prateik Babbar, Tushar Pandey, and Naveen Polishetty.