Irrfan Khan's latest movie Paan Singh Tomar, which began its business with a poor note on Friday, has beaten two other new releases like London Paris New York (LPNY) and Will You marry Me? (WYMM) at the Box Office. The movie has grossed Rs 4.25 crore nett at collection centres in the first weekend.
Despite getting rave reviews from film critics, Paan Singh Tomar had a bad opening with its collection reaching Rs 85 lacs at the Box Office on Friday and that was due to lack of publicity. But the word of mouth created a magic for the movie, which witnessed a spectacular growth in its business in the following days. The film raked in 1.4 crore and 2 crores on Saturday and Sunday, respectively.
London Paris New York has performed well at multiplexes in city centres. But its business remained dull in other towns and non-metros. The film collected Rs 1.06 crore on Friday. Its business improved around 30% and its collection reached Rs 1.41 crore. It added another Rs 1.6 crore to its total Rs 4.07 crores nett.
However, this week's another release Will You Marry Me? had a bad opening and could not improve on the following days. So, the film has registered a very low numbers at the Box Office. Last week's release Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya has continued to do well and added Rs 3.77 crore nett to its total Rs 16.77 cr nett, while Jodi Breakers had a drastic fall in the second weekend.