Sanjay Leela Bhansali's latest directorial venture Ram Leela, which took the Indian Box Office by storm over the weekend, has continued to rock the viewers on weekdays. With its superb collection in the first five days, the Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone starrer is fast heading towards Rs 100 crore mark in the domestic market.
Having collected Rs 52.75 crores from 3,500 screens, Ram Leela dropped at the Indian Box Office on its first Monday. When compared to its opening day collection, its business dipped by nearly 40%. Trade experts opine that its fourth day performance is on par with many biggies' movie. The movie further went down on Tuesday.
Ram Leela has collected Rs 8.75 crores on Monday and Rs 8.15 crore on Tuesday at the Indian Box Office. With this, the five-day domestic total of the Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone starrer has reached Rs 69.65 crores nett. The movie has surpassed the first week record of a couple of Rs 100 crore grosser movies of 2013 - Grand Masti (Rs 67.4 cr) and Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (Rs 52.44 cr).
With two days left to conclude its first week, Ram Leela is expected to rake in another Rs 15 crores from its screening on its sixth and seventh days. Trade experts predict that the movie would collect a total of Rs 85 crores at the Indian Box Office in the first week and cross Rs 100 crore mark by collecting another Rs 15 crores in the second weekend.