Ek Villain Returns box office collection day 5: Arjun Kapoor, John Abraham film struggles to survive in India but mints money in UK

Excitement and movement Return of Ek Villain He finds it hard to survive at the ticket counters after the opening weekend. While the film set big numbers in the UK, its box office collection fell by more than 66 per cent on Monday domestically, bringing in Rs 3.02 crore. Tuesday didn’t go well for the movie because it barely managed to get people to theaters. According to Pinkvilla’s report, Ek Villain earned Returns in the Rs 2.35-2.45 crore range on the second week of the week. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh ​​mentioned the figures earlier, “EkVillainReturns Fri 7.05 cr, Sat 7.47 cr, Sun 9.02 cr, Mon 3.02 cr. Gross: 26.56 SEK. #India Biz.”

However, Box Office India reported that John Abraham-Arjun Kapoor-Disha Patani-Tara Sutaria did well in the UK, “Ek Villain Returns has popped up a huge HIT in the UK. The weekend sets were a bit shocking as they brought in around 130 A thousand pounds but Monday was pretty crazy as the movie had raised over 30K and Monday wasn’t a holiday in the UK The four days ensured that the movie was a huge hit in the UK and would run very well and probably outperform bigger films like Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 and Jugjugg jeeyo”.

Domestically, the movie needs to maintain the same number for the rest of the week since there is no major release next Friday. But it seems like a difficult path to get Mohit Suri out.

However, the movie has managed to do much better than this week’s Kannada release, Vikrant Rona given by Salman Khan in the Indian belt.

The film, unlike other regional releases, failed to penetrate the Hindi-speaking belt of the country. On Monday, Kiccha Sudeep star managed to earn only Rs 60 (as per Box Office India). But the film is enjoying a good run in Karnataka as it collected around Rs 70 crore in four days.

According to a source close to the producers, Vikrant RonaThe global pool of ticket sales has approximately Rs 95 crore. The directors are confident that the film will reach Rs 100 crore by the end of Monday.

Both Ek Villain Returns and Vikrant Rona failed to get a positive response from film critics either. While Shubhra Gupta of The Indian Express found the plot of the Arjun Kapoor-John Abraham movie “disjointed,” she found Sudeep “low entertainment.”

In her one-star review of Ek Villain Returns, she wrote, “Eight years after the original comes the sequel, ‘Ek Villain Returns,’ as the ‘Every Story Has a Villain’ theme is updated.” This time, the story has expanded its base with two male characters bouncing between hero and villain. , one is masked and the other is struggling to find their true face. There could have been something to this idea, that everyone has elements of hero and villain within them and the elements that appear in the foreground depend on our circumstances. But the disjointed plot and pedestrian performances don’t make for an effective movie: By comparison The less-than-average ‘Ek Villain’ starring Siddharth Malhotra-Ritesh Deshmukh-Shraddha Kapoor looks like a better movie.”

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