|Day||Box Office Collection (In Rupees)|
|2||2.40 crores (estimated)|
|3||3.50 crores (estimated)|
Karwaan Weekend Collection:
With positive word-of-mouth and reviews, Irrfan Khan-Dulquer Salmaan starrer Karwaan raced ahead of the other releases- Fanney Khan and Mulk on Day 3. Early estimates revealed that the film continued to show an upward trend and minted around Rs. 3.50 crores on Sunday. The estimated total weekend box office opening for Karwaan is Rs. 7.75 crores.
Karwaan Second Day Collection:
It seems like the positive word of mouth has slightly worked in favour of Irrfan Khan-Dulquer Salmaan starrer Karwaan. After having an opening collection of Rs. 1.50 crores, initial reports suggest that the slice-of-life road trip flick has raked in an estimated collection of Rs. 2.40 crores on Day 2.
Karwaan First Day Collection:
This week saw the release of Irrfan Khan starrer Karwaan. The film also marked the Bollywood debut of Malayalam hearthrob Dulquer Salmaan and internet sensation Mithila Palkar. Karwaan revolves around three oddballs from different walks of life who are thrown together on a somewhat bizarre journey which helps them find normalcy in their lives.
While the film has received good reviews, it has still failed to draw in numbers at the box office counter. As per early reports, the film has minted an opening collection of Rs. 1.50 crores.
Earlier Girish Johar had told indianexpress.com, "Karwaan is expected to be a rich high-end content film. It has light humour and people will definitely watch it for Irrfan Khan. It might have a slow start in the morning, but a positive word of mouth will definitely help it grow by evening. Also, Dulquer is a big star down south, hence he will pull the audience to the theatres in that region."
Speaking about Karwaan, Dulquer had earlier said, "While I am fluent in Hindi, I was a little worried about my accent. So when I was approached for Karwaan, I told them they need to first listen to me speak in Hindi, in case it sounds off."
Talking about foraying into Bollywood, he further added, "I'm not trying to 'cross over' into Hindi films. I felt that I fit the role and that it is my kind of film. If you're getting interesting offers, then why should you restrict yourself."