Kalank stayed low on Tuesday as Rs. 3.50 crores* came in. Though the film somehow managed to hang on during the weekend, it isn’t really the case during the weekdays as the numbers are lesser than Rs. 5 crores each, something that had to be the case of it had to take a shot at the Rs. 100 crores lifetime.
Currently the film stands at Rs. 73.50 crores* and that’s practically the first week collections since the film had released on Wednesday. With a couple of more days to collect with not much of a competition around, the film should gather Rs. 5-6 crores more. Post that it would still get some screens since Avengers: Endgame is arriving at select theatres. Hence, it would be interesting to see how much does it collect in the second week.
The Tashkent Files is growing further at the Box Office with every passing day. The film is now clearly a theatrical success too as second Tuesday (Rs. 0.58 crores) has turned out to be bigger than the second Monday (Rs. 0.46 crores). In fact these are the highest collections for the film on the weekdays and that too when it is running at a very low count of screens.
For director Vivek Agnihotri and Zee, there is a lot to rejoice since the film has now accumulated Rs. 6.84 crores already. The ensemble affair could well come very close to the Rs. 8 crores mark before the week is through and then should hit a lifetime of Rs. 10 crores or more in the final run.
A good surprise success.
*Estimates. Final numbers awaited