Article 15 has done good business at the box office. Despite new films and those already trending on the box office, the Ayushmann Khurrana starrer has held its feet solid at cinema screens across the country.

Film critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh shared the film’s business on social media. In its third week, Anubhav Sinha’s directorial has amassed a decent collection. On Friday, it earned, Rs 1.25 crores, Saturday Rs 2.15 crores, Sunday Rs 2.15 cr, Monday Rs 75 lacs, Wednesday 70 lacs and Thursday 65 lacs, taking the total to Rs. 60.78 crores.

Going by standard box office collections, Article 15 is a designated ‘Hit’ which earned Rs 34.21 in Week 1, Rs 18.22 in Week 2 and Rs 8.35 in Week 3 taking the total tally to Rs 60 cr approximately.

The film also starred Sayani Gupta, Manoj Pahwa, Kumud Mishra and Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub and released on 28 June 2019.

Super 30 has been faring well at the box office, despite the entry of The Lion King in the market. The Hrithik Roshan starrer has also been declared tax-free in the states of Bihar and Rajasthan. Despite performing poorly at mass circuits and single screens, the film is doing well at metros and urban centres, reported Taran Adarsh.

In Week 1, Vikas Bahl’s directorial earned Rs 11.83 cr on Friday, Saturday Rs 18.19 cr, Sunday Rs 20.74 cr, Monday Rs 6.92 cr, Tuesday Rs 6.39 cr, Wednesday Rs 6.16 cr and Thursday Rs 5.62 making the grand total of opening week stand at Rs 75. 85 crores.

Super 30 also features Mrunal Thakur, Aditya Shrivastava, Pankaj Tripathi and released on 12 July.

Meanwhile, Shahid Kapoor’s Kabir Singh has broken all box office records and in its 4th week collected a total of Rs 16.66 cr taking the grand figure to Rs 266.26 cr. After Uri: The Surgical Strike, the film has had the second-highest ‘week 4’ business.

Kabir Singh  which released on 21 June 2019 and has had the longest run at the box office among the recent releases of June and July.

The Lion King which released in India on Thursday, 18 July on 2140 screens in four languages- English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu- will take the box office by a storm, and  affect the footfall and collections of all three films, reportedly.