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Kangana, Imran’s ‘Katti Batti’s dismal run continues; makes Rs 16.27 cr in first weekend

After a dismal start at the Box Office, Kangana Ranaut's 'Katti Batti', co-starring Imran Khan, failed to pick pace on Sunday (September 20) too.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi |
September 21, 2015 7:12:56 pm
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After a dismal start at the Box Office, Kangana Ranaut’s ‘Katti Batti’, co-starring Imran Khan, failed to pick pace on Sunday (September 20) too. The movie just managed to earn Rs 5.41 cr on day three, summing upto Rs 16.27 cr in the first weekend.

Also read – Katti Batti review: Kangana Ranaut, Imran Khan starrer wastes our time most comprehensively and completely

Trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted the day two collections:

‘Katti Batti’ made Rs 5.28 on day one and it was expected that the movie would show a good improvement on the second day. However, the movie could only make Rs 5.48 crore on day two.

‘Katti Batti’ was mainly targeted at the urban audience. But seems the strategy hasn’t worked in its favour. Nikhil Advani’s other directorial ‘Hero’ starring debutants Sooraj Pancholi and Athiya Shetty performed better than this movie.

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