It is usually common for a film to earn the highest on its first Sunday at theatres, but when a film does well at the box office on its first Monday, it surely has the potential to have a longer run at the cinema halls. The recent release De De Pyaar De (DDPD), starring Ajay Devgn, Tabu and Rakul Preet Singh, is one such film among the releases of 2019.
In terms of the minimum drop in a film's Monday revenue as compared to Sunday's, DDPD stands at number three among the top five films of 2019. The film earned Rs 14.74 crore on Sunday and Rs 6.19 crore on Monday. The top five films include URI: The Surgical Strike, Luka Chuppi, DDPD, Student Of The Year 2 and Gully Boy respectively. Interestingly, all the above mentioned films are massy entertainers.
Prior to DDPD, URI is at the number one position with the minimal drop on Monday (30.15 per cent) as compared to Sunday and Luka Chuppi stands at number two (44.79 per cent). Following DDPD are Student of The Year 2 (59.84%) and Gully Boy (60%).
|Sr. No.||Movie Title||Sunday||Monday||Drop (%)|
|1||URI: The Surgical Strike||14,89,00,000||10,40,00,000||30.15|
|3||De De Pyaar De||14,74,00,000||6,19,00,000||58.01|
|4||Student Of The Year 2||12,75,00,000||5,12,00,000||59.84|
- Bhavi Gathani