Box Office

UK Box Office: ‘RRR’ slows down, ‘Attack: Part 1’ has a disappointing opening

RRR UK CINEMASSS 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.

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