Box Office Report: Attack Is A Flop, RRR Inches Closer To Rs 200 Crore
RRR and Attack posters

The new release of the week, John Abraham’s ‘Attack’ tanked at the box office, RRR continues to roar and inches closer to Rs 200 Crore mark.

The new release of the week, John Abraham’s sci-fi action thriller Attack opened to mixed reviews from the critics and the audience. Though the viewers are loving the action sequences, the weak plot emerged as a big letdown for the movie. There were no takers for John starrer sci-fi thriller as it opened to terrible numbers.

Attack collected only Rs 3.51 Crore on its opening day. It was a poor opening considering the scale of the movie. John starrer failed to record any growth over the weekend. The first-weekend collection of Attack is around Rs 12 Crore. The box office fate of the movie is sealed now and it’s a big flop.

Helmed by debutant Lakshya Raj Anand, Attack stars John Abraham in the role of a super-soldier who is on a mission to fight terrorism. It also features Jacqueline Fernandez and Rakul Preet Singh in pivotal roles.

At the box office, Attack faced two strong opponents in the form of RRR and The Kashmir Files. Both movies are having a dream run. The Hindi version of SS Rajamouli’s RRR earned Rs 132.59 Crore in its first week.

The movie is unstoppable in Hindi belts as it recorded exceptional numbers over the second weekend. It collected Rs 13.5 Crore on its second Friday followed by Rs 18 Crore on Saturday and Rs 20 Crore (approx) on Sunday.

The total collection of RRR (Hindi) after 10 days stands at around Rs 185 Crore. It will cross Rs 200 Crore by the end of the second week. A smash hit. SS Rajamouli’s magnum opus has grossed Rs 800 Crore worldwide. It is expected to gross Rs 1000 Crore in its lifetime.

Vivek Agnihotri’s The Kashmir Files is unfazed by the new release. After collecting Rs 238.28 Crore in three weeks, it earned around Rs 10 Crore in its fourth weekend. The movie has slowed down now and is expected to earn around Rs 265 Crore in its lifetime. All-time blockbuster.