Box office updates: Rustom reaches 100 crore, Happy Bhag Jayegi running well

Here are the box office collections for Rustom, Mohenjo Daro, Happy Bhag Jayegi

FP Staff August 22, 2016 13:03:09 IST
Box office updates: Rustom reaches 100 crore, Happy Bhag Jayegi running well

By Saturday, 20 August, Akshay Kumar starrer Rustom has already crossed the 100 crore mark. This is Akshay Kumar's sixth film to make it to the 100 crore mark, after Housefull 3, Airlift, Holiday, Housefull 2 and Rowdy Rathore.

Rustom had raked in close to Rs 50 crore in its opening weekend itself, making it Akshay Kumar's fastest 100 crore film.

Meanwhile, Diana Penty, Abhay Deol starrer Happy Bhaag Jayegi made a total of Rs 6.13 crore over its opening weekend.

According to this Indian Express report, the film was made at a budget of Rs 18 crore, and therefore the stakes are much lower for Happy Bhag Jayegi. It should be able to cross its numbers by week two.

Hrithik Roshan starrer Mohenjo Daro however has not had such luck. The film had made Rs 50 crore by Friday, 19 August and trade experts are predicting a lifetime total of only Rs 60 crore. The film was made at a budget of Rs 100 crore with an additional Rs 15 crore on promotions.

Also read: Hrithik Roshan's Rs 550 crore deal, and all you need to know about satellite rights

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