Kung Fu Yoga First Week Worldwide Total Box Office Collection : Exact one week is over now after the release of Jackie Chan and Sonu Sood starrer Indain-Chinese movie Kung Fu Yoga. The film has raked worldwide collection of 963 million yuan (Rs 943 crore) and on 8th day (Friday) of its release, it is facing a tough competition at box office with Singam 3 2nd Day Income, Raees 17th Day Business, Kaabil 17th Day Occupancy and Jolly LLB 2 First/1st Day Collection.
The movie has failed to create impression over the people as it is confronting with Raees, Kaabil, Jolly LLB 2, Nenu Local and Singam 3. All these Indian films released this year have occupied an ample volume of cinema halls and aren’t letting other cinemas to turn eyeballs of major chunk of the audiences. The multi starrer celluloid of Chan and Sood is expected to witness a stagnant collection in Indian theatres.
Kung Fu Yoga Total Box Office Collection
The film has already rocked at international level, bagging massive responses in China. The celluloid, which also stars Disha Patani and Amyra Dastur in female lead, has surpassed the three digit income in China, but is not succeeding in grabbing the public attention in India. As it had a mere 20-25% occupancy on opening day, the cinema didn’t maintain consistency in driving audiences.
On other hand, Shah Rukh Khan starrer Raees, Hrithik Roshan’s Kaabil, Suriya’s Singam 3 and Akshay Kumar’s Jolly LLB 2 have minted a stunning collection in all the days of their releases. Kaabil and Raees are set to enter 150-crore club in domestic market while Singam 3 and Jolly LLB 2 have witnessed copious occupancy in morning, afternoon and evening shows this week.
Worldwide collection of the film is increasing with a good rate but in international market, the celluloid is failing to gain a big response in Indian market as the newly released Bollywood movies are impacting its business at India’s box office. Kung Fu Yoga, which features Disha Patani, Miya Muqi and Amyra Dastur alongside Jackie and Sonu in leading roles, has received mixed reviews from critics due to its weak plot and useless insertion of comedy in action.