Mubarakan, Indu Sarkar box office report: Anees Bazmee's film races ahead of Madhur Bhandarkar's

Anees Bazmee's Mubarakan and Madhur Bhandarkar's Indu Sarkar clashed at the box-office and failed to leave a mark on the first day.

FP Staff July 29, 2017 17:57:35 IST
Mubarakan, Indu Sarkar box office report: Anees Bazmee's film races ahead of Madhur Bhandarkar's

This Friday saw two films - Mubarakan and Indu Sarkar clash at the box-office. Mubarakan, with an ensemble cast consisting of Anil Kapoor, Arjun Kapoor, Athiya Shetty and Ileana D'Cruz was expected to leave a mark. Indu Sarkar, too, with its long battle with the CBFC and numerous controversies, was touted to shake things up. However, both films have had a tepid opening.

Mubarakan Indu Sarkar box office report Anees Bazmees film races ahead of Madhur Bhandarkars

Poster of Mubarakan and Indu Sarkar. File image.

As per koimoi.com, Mubarakan could only garner Rs. 5.50 crore at the box-office. The film which has Arjun in a double role was expected to do well among masses.

Although, bogged down by a sluggish start, things could start looking up for this Anees Bazmee potboiler, since it is largely a family entertainer and could witness a rise in numbers during the weekend. The film was released in 2,50 screens in India and 475 screens overseas.

Indu Sarkar, a film against the backdrop of the 1975 Emergency, only managed a meager Rs. 1.42 crore at the box-office, as per koimoi.com. The film has Kirti Kulhari in the lead and Neil Nitin Mukesh, Supriya Vinod and Tota Roy Chowdhury in pivotal roles.

The poor performance of the film at the box-office is also being attributed to the cancellation of a lot of its shows due to opposition by political forces. Indu Sarkar needs a push to get back in the game.

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