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Raja Natwarlal First Week Box Office Collection: Falls completely

Raja Natwarlal  First Seven Days Box Office Collection

Day 7 Thursday:
1.43 Crore (Trade Figure)

Total after 7 Days:
20.91 Crore (Trade Figure)
26 Crore ( Producer Figure)

It fell completely after a low weekend and will incur losses for everyone involved.

First Weekend Total: 

17 Crore ( Producer Figure)
14.09 Crore (Trade Figure)

First Weekend is 17th Highest of 2014 which is lower than expectations.

First weekend is lower than even Yaariyan and Hasee toh Phasee and is just ahead of Highway

Amongst Emraan Hashmi movies the First weekend is 9th Highest and lower than movies like Ghanchakkar and Ek Thi Dayan

Budget: 40-42 Crore
( including of Emraan Hashmi ‘s Fee and advertising costs)

Day 6 Wednesday:
1.54 Crore (Trade Figure)

Day 5 Tuesday:
1.73 Crore (Trade Figure)

Day 4 Monday
2.12 Crore

Day 3 ( Sunday)
5.75 Crore ( Producer Figure)
4.82 Crore (Trade Figure)

Day 2 ( Saturday):
5.15 Crore ( Producer Figure)

4.15  Crore (Trade Figure)

Day 1 :
5.12 Crore (Trade Figure)
6.1 Crore ( Producer Figure)

Opening Day: 

This is 14th Highest Opening day of 2014

This is 8th highest ever for a Emraan Hashmi movie and is lower than his recent movies like Ek Thi Dayaan and Ghanchakkar

Lack of Hit music hit the film hard with usual Emraan Hashmi centers the small towns of India not having good collections.

Raja Natwarlal did best in West India ( Maharasthra and Gujarat) which had a regional holiday while North and Central India was poor.

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  1. The figures can be approximate and we do not make any claims about the authenticity of the data. However they are adequately indicative of the box-office performance of the film(s).