‘Attack’ box office collection day 1: John Abraham’s actioner records a slow start with Rs 3 crore – Times of India

John Abraham starrer ‘Attack’ looked promising, but the film doesn’t seem to have found the audience. On its first day, the film recorded a low opening across the country. ‘Attack’ earned Rs 3-3.25 crore nett on Friday, reports Boxofficeindia. However, on Saturday, the film is expected to earn a bit more, considering the holiday of Gudi Padwa, weekend business in multiplexes may also add to the film’s growth.

‘Attack’ faced some competition from ‘RRR’, which continues to soar at the box office in its second week. Another film doing decent business is ‘The Kashmir Files’. On its fourth Friday, this film added Rs 1.5o crore to its total and is expected to rake in 250 crore nett by the end of its theatrical run.

The team is already working on a sequel to ‘Attack’. When ETimes asked director Lakshya Raj Anand if box office will play a part in deciding if this franchise will go forward, he had stated, “This is obviously a business. We’ve had producers who have already told me that they want to make the sequel and don’t care about the (box office) play. After seeing the film also they were very confident. But for me, it would. I would take a step back and try to understand that maybe the audience does not want this kind of cinema right now, or there may be another way to say it. If it doesn’t get that recognition, I would personally take more time to evaluate. I also am aware that this film could either go rocket high with the audience coming in after seeing the teaser and trailer, or that this could be something new, so the audience takes time to feel it. If people don’t come now, we have 8th as well, so by word of mouth the audience can grow.”

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