Dream Girl Is Going Strong And has Outrun Competitors
The film Dream girl starring Ayushmann Khurrana and Nushrat Bharucha is still going strong on the box office. The movie has outrun its competitors, Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas, The Zoya Factor, and Prassthanam. The movie was released on 13th September 2019 and since then it has earned a total of ₹116.25 cr. in India and ₹128.24 cr. worldwide. Despite the release of three new films, Dream Girl has dominated the box office on its second weekend as well. Dream Girl revolves around Ayushmann Khurrana’s character that can impersonate female voices.
The Zoya Factor, starring Sonam Kapoor and Dulquer Salmaan, has managed to earn just ₹2.50 cr. on the first weekend. The movie made a slow opening, earning only 85 lakhs on an opening day. It continued to earn 85 lakhs and 80 lakhs on the second and third day, respectively. The movie revolves around Sonam Kapoor (Zoya Solanki) who becomes the lucky charm of the Indian Cricket Team. The captain of the team (Dulquer Salmaan), who doesn’t believe in superstitions, gets irritated by this.
Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas is the debut film of Karan Deol, Sunny Deol’s son as an actor and debut film of Sunny Deol as a director. The father-son duo couldn’t perform very well on the box office since the movie didn’t do very well on its opening weekend. The movie has managed to make a total of ₹4.42 cr. on the opening weekend. The movie earned 1.12 cr. on the first day, ₹1.40 cr. on the second day and ₹1.90 cr. on the third day. It is a story of a video blogger, Saher Sethi (Sahher Bambba) who embarks upon a tedious trek with mountaineer Karan Sehgal (Karan Deol) and falls in love with him.
Prassthanam, starring Sanjay Dutt and Manisha Koirala has earned ₹3.05 cr. on the opening weekend. The movie earned ₹80 lakhs on the first day, ₹1 cr. on the second day and ₹1.25 cr. on the third day. The movie failed to attract an audience despite the positive reviews from the critics. It is the remake of a Telegu film of the same name. The story revolves around a politician (Sanjay Dutt) and his family.
Text by, Jaskaran Singh