Hindi Film Fitoor 2nd Day Collection Box Office Kamai Report

Hindi Film Fitoor 2nd Day Collection Box Office Kamai Report :- Aditya Roy Kapoor, Katrina Kaif and Tabu starrer Hindi language romantic drama film Fitoor which went on screen yesterday in theatres worldwide has made a very disappointing opening at domestic box office which is very much evident from the fact that this big banner venture has managed to earn only 3.61 crore on the first day of its release. Even Ryan Reynolds Hollywood fictional superhero film Deadpool has minted way much better than this flick and this has came as a huge set back for director Abhishek Kapoor as everyone was expecting this movie to do way much better than that.


From meeting the fans to dancing at colleges, talking to press and shopping at local markets of the capital, the lead actors of the film indulged in various promotional activities which might have just gone overboard. It is the box office number that speaks of the films, and this film, which is set in the beautiful locales of Kashmir seems to have lost its charm somewhere. Not opening to really good reviews the Abhishek Kapoor film did not earn as expected on the very first day.

The film clashed on the box office with another love story Sanam Re. Since it is Valentine’s week, both the directors Abhishek Kapoor and Divya Khosla Kumar decided to face off with each other at the box office.

Business of this movie on Saturday went even poor as public is not showing any in interest in this venture and the people who can be seen coming out of cinema halls after watching it are calling this movie a complete waste of money and time as well. Fitoor 2nd day overall occupancy has been recorded around 35% which is even less as compared to Friday.

Fitoor Second Day Collection – Rs 3.50 crore (approx)

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