Ritesh Sidhwani and Farhan Akhtar's Fukrey once again kept the bells ringing at the Indian Box Office in the second week. Having done fantastic business in North India, the comedy entertainer has landed in the second place, while new release Raanjhanaa topped the domestic collection chart.
Trade experts had predicted that new release Raanjhanaa would halt the collection of Fukrey in its opening week. As expected, the business of Fukrey slowed down on Friday, but not upto the extent of the prediction. The movie showed very good growth on Saturday and Sunday. It collected Rs 7.2 crores at the Indian Box Office in the second weekend, taking its 10-day domestic total to Rs 25.62 crores nett.
Fukrey continued its rocking run at the Indian Box Office on its second Monday and was rock-steady on other weekdays. On weekdays, the movie has added Rs 4.60 crores to its two-week domestic total Rs 30.22 crores nett. Its breakup is Rs 1.70 cr on Fri, Rs 2.50 cr on Sat, Rs 3 cr on Sun, Rs 1.30 cr on Mon, Rs 1.20 cr on Tue, Rs 1.10 cr on Wed and Rs 1 cr on Thu.
Made with a low budget, Fukrey has already been running with a huge profit share. But with the release of new film Ghanchakkar, the business of the Ritesh-Farhan's movie is predicted to be slowed down completely in the third week. It should be seen whether it would be affected by Ghanchakkar or not.