Vikrant Massey's '12th Fail' Shines with Rs. 11 Crores in its first week; surpasses Tejas and Ganapath
Actor Vikrant Massey is currently ruling out the cinemas with his freshly released movie '12th Fail'. Directed by Vidhu Vinod Chopra, the movie has outshone quite extraordinary results in the theatres and among the masses. Being a low budget drama, it is astonishing to see how admirably '12th Fail' has surpassed the big budget Bollywood dramas like Ganapath led by Tiger Shroff and Tejas starring Kangana Ranaut. After completing a week long in the theatrical windows, the movie has garnered an impressive collection at the box office as compared to minute niche.
7 Days box office collection of 12th Fail
If we look into the reports, over the whole week '12th Fail' has ruled the trending list within the country and ranked no. 1 surpassing other movies and it is expected to hold it's similar position in the coming week as it has no upcoming competition to get release yet. As per the professional sources, the likelihood of the movie in it's 2nd week run looks more positive and hence it can go to Rs. 25 crore by the end of the coming week and might also crossover Rs. 30 crore mark by Diwali. Meanwhile, big Bollywood movies like Thank Your For Coming, Tejas and Ganapath starring some of the biggest names of the industry could do no magic in the theatres, amid all, '12th Fail' looks to hold a prowess of it's own!
Reflecting lights towards it's 7 day box office collection, the movie has made Rs. 11 crores. While breaking day 1 gave around Rs. 1.05 crore, day 2 - Rs. 2.40 crore, day 3 - Rs. 3 crore, day 4 - Rs. 1.10 crore, day 5 - 1.25 crore, day 6 - Rs. 1.50 crore and day 6 - Rs. 1.20 crore respectively, with a grand total of Rs. 11.50 crore on the 7th day.
About 12th Fail
12th Fail is a true story based on IPS officer Manoj Kumar Sharma from a small town in Chambal. Made with a minimal budget, 12th Fail is the cinematic celebration of dreams, never giving up spirit and an innate urge to accomplishing things. Showcasing the struggle of Manoj Singh, it embraces his true struggles during his journey while getting prepped for cracking the country's toughest exam of UPSC. The makers have truly bought a whopping real life scenario paving importance to lakhs of India's aspirants who shed their blood, sweat and tears to crack their UPSC dream.
- PTC PUNJABI