SS Rajamouli’s epic action film RRR slowed down remarkably in its second weekend at the UK Box Office.
While the film starring Ram Charan and Jr NTR opened at Number 2 on the UK Box Office, it dropped down to Number 11 in its second weekend. It collected £82,328 from 85 locations in the weekend 01.03-3.03, with a site average of £969. In comparison, the opening weekend brought in £650,204 (including previews) from 160 locations, with a site average of £4,064.
The total UK gross of the film stands at £895,405, making the film the highest grossing Indian film in the UK in the pandemic era, overtaking Paramount’s Gangubai Kathiawadi.
In Ireland, RRR played in 7 locations in its second weekend, raking in £5,202, with a site average of £743. The total gross in the territory stands at £55,514.
John Abraham starrer Attack: Part 1, released by Moviegoers Entertainments, opened to a disappointing £18,137 from 37 locations, with an average of £490.
Controversial film The Kashmir Files has also slowed down at the UK Box Office. It took in £17,150 in its third weekend from 33 locations, with a site average of £520.
Paramount’s Gangubai Kathiawadi starring Alia Bhatt is going steady in its sixth weekend, collecting £4,923 from 14 locations, with an average of £352. The film is set to be available to stream on Netflix in the UK from the end of this month.
Other Indian openers in the weekend 01.03-03.03 include Punjabi film Lekh; £28,004 (38 locs), Tamil film Manmadha Leelai; £2,301 (8 locs), and Kannada film James (Ireland only); £1,307 (6 locs).
Box Office figures and data is compiled and supplied by Comscore.