Pakistani films released on Eid maintained their position at the box office for the third day in a row and saw an increase in collections as compared to the previous two days.
London Nahi Jaunga’s business is multiplying on multiplexes but this film is getting good marks even on single screens. After the two-day Eid holidays, screening of Eid films has also started in some private clubs (Islamabad Club, Chenab Club, Faisalabad, etc.). On the third day of Eid, 56 cinemas across the country London Nahi Jaunga for a total of 192 shows of the film, which grossed about Rs 22.5 million. The film has grossed a total of Rs 64 million (including Friday and Saturday special shows).
Quaid-e-Azam Zindabad is second with 174 shows in 54 cinemas. On the third day of Eid, the film grossed a total of Rs 25 million. Thus Quaid-e-Azam Zindabad (including Friday and Saturday special shows) has done a business of Rs. 58.5 million.
Eid’s third Pakistani film Lafangey, is facing a struggle at the box office. The show has seemed a bit unfocused in recent episodes, however; On the third day of Eid, the film grossed only Rs 11 lakh. Thus, the total collection of the film was Rs 4 million.
The Hollywood movie Thor also covered the third day of Eid with 112 shows in 40 cinemas. On the third day, the film’s collections stood at Rs 1.45 crore. The five-day business of this film has reached Rs. 91 million.
|Total Domestic Box Office Collections||(Gross)|
|London Nahi Jaonga||64,000,000*|
|Quaid e Azam Zindabad||58,500,000*|
|Thor-Love & Thunder||91,000,000*|