Samrat Prithviraj Collection Day 15: Bollywood Stars Akshay Kumar and Manushi Chhillar starrer the film Samrat Prithviraj was released this month.
The makers had high hopes for this film, which was made on a big budget, but it could not live up to the expectations and fifteen days after the release, the total earning of the film has not even reached Rs 70 crores.
However, a slight increase was recorded in the film's earnings on Friday.
Talking about the earnings of the film, according to the initial trends, it did a business of Rs 01 crore on Friday, which is slightly higher than Thursday.
Earlier on Thursday, the film had earned only Rs 80 lakh. Due to this, it is expected that this weekend also the film's earnings may improve.
It is to be known that the film has registered an increase in the earnings of the film on both the weekends since its release.
The total earnings of the film has now reached around Rs 67 crore. The film has been prepared on a massive budget of Rs. 200 crores.
Talking about the box office collection of the film, its opening earning was Rs 10.70 crore, which was much less than expected. After this, on the second day i.e. Saturday, the film earned Rs 12.60 crore.
On Sunday, the third day of release, the film saw a further increase in its earnings and its collection stood at Rs 16.10 crore.
The film earned Rs 05 crore on the fourth day, Rs 4.25 crore on the fifth day, Rs 3.60 crore on the sixth day, Rs 2.80 crore on the seventh day, Rs 1.66 crore on the eighth day, Rs 2.44 crore on the ninth day, Rs 3.15 crore on the 10th day, Rs 1.18 crore on the 11th day.
The film earned Rs 1.14 crore on the 12th day, only Rs 01 crore on the 13th day and Rs 80 lakh on the fourteenth day. The film got the benefit of both the weekends and saw an increase in the film's earnings on Saturday and Sunday.
The performance of the film has been very poor. The film earned only Rs 55.05 crore in the first week of its release. So in the second week, its total collection came down to only Rs 10.95 crore.
In the third week of release, there may be a further decrease in the total collection.