Firangi had a by and large poor weekend as just Rs. 6.60 crore came over the weekend. This is lesser than what Kapil Sharma‘s debut release as a leading man, Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon, had collected on its very first day [Rs. 10.15 crore]. The film did see some kind of a push on Saturday and Sunday but none of that was massive enough to bring it into the kind of zone from where it could have breathed easily. There was just no curiosity amongst the audiences to check out what the film had to offer and final nail in the coffin was the poor content that further sealed its fate.
The story is even terrible for Tera Intezaar as the film’s weekend struggled to reach the Rs. 1.50 crore mark. This is lesser than even One Night Stand which had collected Rs. 2 crore in its opening weekend, though there is some consolation from the fact that Sunny Leone‘s last release Beiimaan Love had collected even lesser [Rs. 1 crore]. All and all, yet another mega disaster for Sunny Leone.
Tumhari Sulu is managing to hang on well though as after the third weekend, the film is now finding itself at Rs. 32.49 crore total. The Vidya Balan starrer is continuing to find some sort of audiences in urban centres and even in limited shows; there are footfalls that are helping the film hang on well. The film is heading for a lifetime in the vicinity of Rs. 34 crore which is a good total for its budget and genre.