Emraan Hashmi, Gaurav Arora and debutante Kriti Kharbanda starrer horror thriller Raaz Reboot had a poor opening week at the domestic Box Office. Being the fourth instalment of successful horror franchise Raaz, the expectations were good, but the fate was sealed in the first weekend when the movie failed to witness any growth over the opening weekend.
Due to poor reviews from critics and mixed WOM from the audience, Raaz Reboot failed to create any impact at the Box Office. After a below average opening weekend with the collection of 18.09 crores, the movie crashed on Monday witnessing a drop of around 60%. The movie kept on dropping on weekdays and managed to earn around 1.75 crores on its seventh day. The total collection of Raaz Reboot at the end of the first week is 26.73 crores. Have a detailed look at the first week Box Office report of Raaz Reboot.
Raaz Reboot First Week Collection Report: Day-Wise Report
Raaz Reboot 1st Day Collection: 6.3 crores
Raaz Reboot 2nd Day Collection: 5.49 crores
Raaz Reboot 3rd Day Collection: 6.3 crores
Raaz Reboot 1st weekend collection: 18.09 crores
Raaz Reboot 4th Day Collection: 2.61 crores
Raaz Reboot 5th Day Collection: 2.27 crores
Raaz Reboot 6th Day Collection: 2.01 crores
Raaz Reboot 7th Day Collection: 1.75 crores
Raaz Reboot 1st weekend collection: 26.73 crores
The first-week collection of Raaz Reboot is even less than Emraan Hashmi’s last release Azhar. Raaz Reboot is made on a constraint budget of 30 crores (including the prints & advertising cost). The movie needs to cross the 40 crores mark to break even and 50 crores to be called a hit at the Box Office.
The performance of Raaz Reboot is way below expectations, considering that the last film of the same franchise, Raaz 3 earned 34 crores in the first weekend. Considering the current trend it seems difficult for the movie to even cross 30 crores at the Box Office. It is almost certain that Raaz Reboot will make it to the long list of Emraan Hashmi’s flop movies. The actor needs to come up with something special as his last eight movies flopped at the Box Office.
Note: Final numbers awaited.