Bollywood films Janhit Mein Jaari’, ‘777 Charlie’, and Hollywood film ‘Jurassic World Dominion’ dominated the Indian box office on the opening weekend. The last film of the ‘Jurassic World Dominion’ series has also been receiving great reviews in other Indian languages besides English.
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The original Kannada film ‘777 Charlie’ also did well on its first day. But the first-day box office collection for ‘Janhit Mein Jari’, released this Friday, did not conform to expectations. Hopefully, the audience will appreciate the film, and its maker believes it will gain momentum by Sunday.
‘Jurassic World Dominion’ buzzing theatre
A break in the market for Hollywood films in their native country has been further enhanced by the release of the sixth and final ‘Jurassic Park film. Including the English and other Indian language versions, the movie, about the struggle between humans and dinosaurs, has raked in around Rs 8 crore in India. The film has a large audience in metro cities. The film was unable to show that well in Hindi belts and single screens.
Sixer of ‘777 Charlie’ too
Friday also saw the release of the Kannada film 777 Charlie. Produced and directed by Rakshit Shetty, the film depicts the love of a dog for its owner, and the public has been enthralled by its sentimental story. There is also a Hindi dub and release of it. On the first day of the release of 777 Charlie has reportedly earned approximately Rs 6 crore. This is a good start considering the budget of the film.
‘Janhit Mein Jaari’ earned 50 lakhs
Bollywood audiences aren’t satisfied with anything less than curiosity and prodigy. ‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ and ‘777 Charlie’ directors were blown away by the audience’s enthusiasm for the Hindi film ‘Janhit Mein Jaari’ on Friday. The film, however, was released on the first day at a low ticket price of only Rs.100. The film is estimated to have opened with around Rs 50 lakh on the first day. Over the next two days, the film will hopefully receive applause from the audience.