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Stree Fourth Day Collection:
Rajkummar Rao-Shraddha Kapoor latest release Stree is winning hearts at the cinema halls and how! The horror comedy has proved once again that it's the content which is the king. Stree has passed the Monday litmus test with flying colors as it minted an impressive amount of Rs. 9.70 crores on Day 4 of its release. The total box office collection now stands at Rs. 41.97 crores.
Taran Adarsh tweeted, "#Stree runs riot at the BO... Surpasses expectations by putting up a FANTASTIC TOTAL on Day 4 [#Janmashtami holiday]... Fri 6.83 cr, Sat 10.87 cr, Sun 14.57 cr, Mon 9.70 cr. Total: ₹ 41.97 cr. India biz... This one's a SUPER HIT."
He further wrote, "Fear sells... And so do comedies... The marriage of horror and humour has resulted in three major successes: #BhoolBhulaiyaa , #GolmaalAgain  and #Stree ... Does it signal the arrival of a new trend? Will we see more horror-comedies in future?
What do you folks think?
Stree Third Day Collection:
Rajkummar Rao-Shraddha Kapoor's Stree continues to rake in impressive moolah at the ticket window. The horror comedy collected Rs. 13.57 crores on Sunday taking the total box office collection to Rs. 31.26 crores. Going by the box office figures pouring in, Stree is on its way to become a sleeper hit of 2018.
Taran Adarsh took to his Twitter handle and wrote, "All estimations and calculations go for a toss... #Stree wreaks havoc at ticket counters... Multiplexes, single screens, metros, mass circuits - this one has worked across the board... Fri 6.82 cr, Sat 10.87 cr, Sun 13.57 cr. Total: ₹ 31.26 cr. India biz.
Meanwhile, Shraddha Kapoor has given Rajkumar Rao his highest opener film ever! While she has had her highest opener with Ek Villain (2014) with approximately 16 crores, Stree gives Rajkumar his highest day one.
Interestingly, Rajkumar Rao whose filmography boasts of a number of commercially viable female leads like Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Kangana Ranaut, Vidya Balan, Sonam Kapoor to name a few, has hit a career milestone with Shraddha Kapoor's Stree.
The film has received a thumbs up from audience and critics alike with the viewers hailing the heartwarming chemistry between Rajkumar Rao and Shraddha Kapoor.
The duo has cast magic at the box office, charming moviegoers.
Stree Second Day Collection:
Rajkummar Rao-Shraddha Kapoor's horror comedy Stree, has garnered immense love from the audience giving them a massive growth on its day two. The Saturday earning for the film is 10.87 crore making it a sum total of 17.69 crores. The film has garnered critical acclaim and a significant word of mouth.
With the kind of response Stree has been receiving, it looks like it is going to see a great footfall on Sunday.
Trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted, "#Stree catches speed and hits double digits on Day 2... The low costs and high theatrical returns makes it a BIG SUCCESS... Expect further growth on Day 3... Eyes ₹ 30 cr [+/-] weekend... Fri 6.82 cr, Sat 10.87 cr. Total: ₹ 17.69 cr. India biz.
Stree First Day Collection:
Rajkummar Rao-Shraddha Kapoor's horror-comedy 'Stree' released in the big screens on Friday. The film, based on an urban legend, received positive word-of-mouth from the critics and has always managed to impress the audience. Despite clashing at the box office with Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir Se starring Dharmendra, Sunny Deol and Bobby Deol, Stree raked in good numbers at the ticket counters.
Revealing the first day box office collections, trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted, "When numbers do the talking... #Stree surpasses the expectations and estimations and posts a SUPERB number on Day 1... Biz is expected to multiply over the weekend... Fri ₹ 6.82 cr. India biz... Hugely positive word of mouth has translated into BO numbers."
During the promotions of Stree, Rajkummar said that he isn't a staunch believer of ghosts and spirits. The actor was quoted as saying, "Growing up, we all hear stories and have sessions of horror nights where you narrate your experiences. I won't say that I am a staunch believer but I am sure there are some energies and one shouldn't disturb them."
While the actor had an incredible experience shooting for the film, he admitted that it was also quite scary and disturbing for him. "We were shooting in this haunted place in Bhopal and we were given some rules and regulations, like not to wear perfume, girls were not allowed to leave their hair open, then we had to carry a 'Hanuman Chalisa' (a holy book) and not talk too loudly or we might disturb the entity. It was quite eerie and we were shooting in the night. I walked in really long alleys in pitch dark. It was quite disturbing for me," Rao was quoted as saying.