Mumbai: John Abraham's much-hyped movie I, Me
Aur Main (IMAM) and Ram Gopal Varma's much-awaited
film The Attacks Of 26/11, which hit the screens on March
1, have done an average collection at the Indian Box Office in the
first weekend. They have landed in the second and third spots,
while last week's release Kai Po Che once again topped the
domestic business chart.
I, Me Aur Main starring John
Abraham, Prachi Desai and Chitrangada Singh in leads, opened to a
below average response with its occupancy ranging between 20% and
25%. The movie showed growth over the weekend, but it was not up to
the mark. In the first weekend, it has collected Rs 5.4 crores nett
at the domestic Box Office. Its breakup is Rs 1.45 cr on Fri, Rs
1.75 cr on Sat and Rs 2.2 cr on Sun.
Whereas Ram Gopal Varma-directed film The Attacks Of
26/11, the promos of which had created lot of curiosity among
the viewers, also debuted with a below average response and its
occupancy was almost equal to that of I, Me Aur Main. Like
the latter, this movie too showed below the expected mark growth on
Saturday and Sunday. It has collected Rs 5.30 crores nett at the
domestic Box Office in its first weekend. Its break up is Rs 1.45
cr on Fri, Rs 1.70 cr on Sat and Rs 2.15 cr on Sun.
However, I, Me Aur Main and The Attacks Of
26/11 have together collected Rs 10.75 crores nett at the
domestic Box Office in the first weekend. Their collection is even
lesser than the second weekend collection of Kai Po Che,
which has added Rs 11.10 crores to its 10 day-total Rs 40.60 crores
nett. It should be seen how they perform on the weekdays.
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