Akshay Kumar starrer ‘Rustom’ movie has now entered in the second week of its release and trade analysts sought that the film has earned quite low business with the declined public responses. Filmmakers revealed that overall box office collection rate too has abated with the passage of days after realizing the income grossed on second Monday which was recorded only INR 2 crores.

Khiladi actor led one of the best movies of 2016, which also featured Isha Gupta and ‘Barfi’ debutante in major roles, commenced its peragration at box office with an astounding opening week collections. This newly released celluloid triumphed its first three digit earnings world wide within the initial days and secured a good position in the list of hit movies of this year.

'Rustom' curbs minimum in second week with declined public responses
‘Rustom’ curbs minimum in second week with declined public responses

Occasion of Independence day poured the makers with tremendous benefit of monetary profit in the starting period. But now, the enthusiasm with which people bought tickets of cinema halls and enjoyed this cinema based on the true life story of an Indian Naval Officer has been found mitigated in the second week.

Overseas business has now come down from crores to lakhs and with the addition of this little amount, Friday Filmworks produced cinema is about to enter 200s club in terms of overall collection including the earnings agglomerated from foreign repercussions. The film is still falling short INR 15 crores to reach the pinnacle of double hundreds.