Vikram Bjatt’s Raaz Reboot might be struggling to keep pace at the multiplexes, but it has managed to sweep across the single-screen audience.
Raaz Reboot which stars Emraan Hashmi, Kriti Kharbanda and Gaurav Arora might be struggling to keep pace at the multiplexes, but it has managed to sweep across the single-screen audience.
The horror flick starring Emraan Hashmi and Kriti Kharbanda collected a decent Rs. 6.30 crore on its opening day, continues to keep its hold in smaller centers.
On Tuesday, trade analyst tweeted, “#RaazReboot Fri 6.30 cr, Sat 5.49 cr, Sun 6.30 cr, Mon 2.61 cr. Total: ₹ 20.70 cr. India biz.”
Till Sunday, the film stood at a collection of Rs. 18.09 crore and added Rs 2.61 crore on the first day of the week. The film which is the fourth one in the Raaz franchise however, has failed to impress the viewers in terms of its plot. On Saturday, the film earned Rs 5.49 crore, on Sunday the collections were Rs 6.30 crore in India.
Director Vikram Bhatt has said “I have always tried to do something different. I am trying to give something new to the audience all the time. They might like it or not like it, but you can’t doubt my intentions.”
Audience feel the film felt it could’ve done much better in terms of its horror component, as many parts of the film were less scary and more unconvincing. Emraan Hashmi who appears in a pivotal role has done justice to his part, as much as the plot demanded. His negative character is the highlight of the film.
Raaz reboot released alongside Amitabh Bachchan and Tapsee Pannu-starrer Pink, which is doing much better at multiplexes.
Pink which is a courtroom drama and deals with the crimes against women, is giving tough competition to Raaz Reboot. The weekdays are crucial for both the films. Considering Pink is getting a strong word of mouth publicity, the fate of Raaz Reboot completely lies to the extent it can hold on to the mass circuits. – CINEWS