Box Office India: Ek Villain First Weekend Collections

Box Office India: Ek Villain First Weekend Collections

Ek Villain completed its first weekend with exceptionally well performances and collected an impressive 50.60 Crores at the Box Office India. The film started on a positive note with 16.70 Crores opening collection on its first day of release. The movie witnessed a slight decline and collected 16.54 Crores on its second day of release. Following the word of mouth and fan following, the movie again picked up the momentum on Sunday and collected 17.40 Crores on its third day of release, bringing its first weekend total tally to 50.60 Crores.

Outstanding music and an impressive starcast made this success possible for Ek Villain. Sidharth Malhotra, Riteish Deshmukh and Shraddha Kapoor don’t seems to disappoint their fans with this romantic thriller Ek Villain.


First Week Collections:

Friday: 16.70 Crores

Saturday: 16.54 Crores

Sunday: 17.40 Crores

Total Till Today: 50.60 Crores


Lets What some of the renowned critics have to say about ek villain:

Taran Adarsh From Bollywood Hungama (Ratings:4/5)

Mohit makes EK VILLAIN an enthralling experience, no two opinions on that. Although a number of movies have focused on serial killers, the talented raconteur along with screenplay writer Tushar Hiranandani makes sure they pack several remarkable twists that transcend the genre, making it a novel experience for the spectator.T he writing, in short, keeps you captivated right through the finale, which, again, is not of the run of the mill variety.On the whole, EK VILLAIN is a stylish, spellbinding and terrifying edge-of-the-seat thriller. It’s a step forward in this genre, without doubt. A sure-shot winner! (Source: Review)

Komal Nahta From Zee ETC Bollywood Business

On the whole, Ek Villain is a super-hit, a blockbuster. It will score in the multiplexes and the single-screen cinemas, in ‘A’, ‘B’ and ‘C’ class centres, and will be loved by the masses and the classes alike. It has tremendous repeat value – yes, tremendous repeat value despite being a suspense thriller. (Source: Review)