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​​Raabta box office collection day 2: Sushant Singh Rajput film is headed for trouble

The movies prospects of Raabta throughout the end of the week doesn't look so splendid. In the wake of accepting a tepid reaction on the primary day, Sushant Singh Rajput and Kriti Sanon starrer is going into rough waters. The ineffectively looked into film neglected to get on the principal day and won't not have the capacity to frame a positive popular conclusion in the coming days. Raabta figured out how to get around Rs 5.61 crore up until this point and has neglected to satisfy its desires. 

Presently, the film won't not have the capacity to pull in the group to theaters on Sunday either. The Champion Trophy coordinate amongst India and South Africa is planned on Sunday. Film exchange master Girish Johar told indianexpress.com that all movies discharging this end of the week will be in a tight spot because of this match. 

"I think it will be a troublesome street ahead for Raabta in light of the fact that audits are bad and there are exclusive standards from the film. The film has begun on a moderate note. Sunday is a critical day for film industry however there is an India versus South Africa coordinate around the same time. That is a do or bite the dust circumstance for India. So whatever bounce is normal on that day, I accept, would not be there. The sort of begin that was normal for the film didn't occur," Girish said. 

Another two discharges this end of the week including Behen Hogi Teri and Tom Cruise's The Mummy will likewise confront comparable issues throughout the end of the week. "Behen Hogi Teri is a little film and has discharged on restricted screens. I think regardless of the possibility that it had a moderate begin on Friday since it had a tight discharge, it might accomplish something throughout the end of the week. It's Monday gathering will at last choose its film industry heading," Girish said. Rajkummar Rao film figured out how to gather Rs 1 crore on Day 1, detailed Koimoi. 

Tom Cruise-starrer The Mummy took in around Rs 3.5 crore. At the point when gotten some information about how it may do in the cinema world throughout the end of the week, Girish says, "The Mummy has not been gotten well in abroad and home market. The audits here in India are additionally not that awesome. It had an OK begin yet how about we perceive how it performs throughout the end of the week. Sunday being the cricket coordinate, that may hamper its development."

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