It was a big day on the festive weekend as we saw three films releasing on the same day. One of the films releasing today is Made In China. Rajkummar Rao is back with yet another fantastic performance film and it gave a decent buzz in the media. The film also bagged a good review for the comedy and mystery that surrounds in it content backed with some incredible performance once again from the Newton actor.
The film was released in not less than 1800 screens, while the buzz for it seemed okay, however, it did face a lot of competition from the much-hyped film Housefull 4. Hence the collection affected in a big way, yet it did collect the amount somewhere close to what we see any film of Rajkummar Rao. The film opened up with the occupancy of around 30 to 40 per cent and it kept on increasing with the passing time in the evening shows.
The occupancy for the evening and night shows was not less than 70 to 80 percent. With this, the collection for the film seemed okay. As per reports, the 1st-day box office collection for Made In China tolled to around 8.5 Crores. It seems a decent amount and it would grow at a good pace for sure. Well, let’s see how things would move in the first weekend, but one can expect the collection reaching around 30 crores. Stay tuned to know more about it and others only with us and do let us know how did you find the film.
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