The two new Indian titles, T-Series’ Thank God and Zee Studios’ Ram Setu, had a poor opening weekend at the UK Box Office.
Both films released in UK cinemas on Tuesday, 25th October, for a six day opening weekend, yet they failed to make it to the Top 15 UK Box Office chart.
Sidharth Malhotra starrer Thank God fared better than Ram Setu starring Akshay Kumar. The film opened in 86 locations, brining in £87,756 over six days 25th-30th October, with a site average of £1,020.42. In Ireland, the film screened in two locations, where it made £1,375, with a site average of £687.50.
Ram Setu opened in a much higher number of locations but fell short of expectations. The film played in 103 locations brining Zee Studios £76,920 over six days 25th-30th October, with a site average of £746.80 . In Ireland the film opened in 10 locations, taking in £3,134, with a site average of £313.40.
Punjabi film Honeymoon also opened on 25th October, taking in £25,805.55 from 19 locations over six days, with a site average of £ 1,358.19.
Mani Ratnam’s Ponniyin Selvan: I is now in its fifth weekend, playing across 3 locations in the UK. The film earned £3,216.50 over the weekend of 28th-30th October, with a site average of £1,072.17. The total Box Office gross in the UK now stands at £1,257,853.76. The film remains the highest grossing Indian title of 2022 so far.
Box Office data is compiled and supplied by comscore.