Go Goa Gone (GGG) and Gippi have done an average business at the Indian Box Office in the first weekend. The former has topped the domestic collection chart, while the latter landed in the third spot. Whereas previous week's release Shootout At Wadala (SAW) has graced the second position, beating new release Gippi.
Go Goa Gone is one of the most-hyped and much-awaited Hindi movies of 2013. The movie, which had a huge release in the country, was expected to begin on a fantastic note. But it debuted with a below average occupancy, which was ranging between 25% and 35% in the multiplexes across the country on its opening day. Trade experts had predicted that it would show a big leap on Saturday and Sunday.
The Saif Ali Khan and Kunal Khemu starrer obviously had a growth in its business, but it was not upto the expected mark. Go Goa Gone has collected Rs 13.30 crores nett at the domestic Box Office in the first weekend. Its breakup is Rs 3.75 cr on Fri, Rs 4.30 cr on Sat and Rs 5.25 on Sun.
Another release Gippi also opened to a poor response everywhere in the country. Although it got rave reviews and good word of mouth, the movie did not show much growth on the following days. It has collected Rs 3 crores nett at the domestic Box Office in the first weekend. Its breakup is Rs 75 lakhs on Fri, Rs 1 cr on Sat and Rs 1.25 cr on Sun.
Whereas old release Shootout At Wadala, which had done superb business in the first week, continued to rock the viewers in the second week and gave a tough feet to the new releases Go Goa Gone and Gippi. It crossed Rs 50 crore mark. In the second weekend, it has collected Rs 7.92 crores nett at the domestic Box Office, taking its 10-day total to Rs 55.76 crores nett. Its breakup is Rs 2.02 cr on Fri, Rs 2.65 cr on Sat and Rs 3.25 cr on Sun.