The Vikram Vedha movie, starring Hrithik Roshan and Saif Ali Khan, is doing fine at the box office. The movie made about Rs. 36.40 crore net in its first three days of release. Considering how much the movie had to go for it, the opening was in the lower range. Additionally, the picture didn't have the big weekend expansion, which was crucial for its future. The movie did, however, hold up well on Monday, declining by less than 45% from Friday, indicating that there was some box office approval for the movie. The day before Dussehra, it also expanded a little bit, preparing it for the big day.
On its sixth day, Vikram Vedha increased by almost 15% to earn Rs. 7 crore nett. The increase followed a little decline in screens from the day before due to the release of Chiranjeevi's Godfather. A post-Dussehra effect should also exist, which might benefit Vikram Vedha on Thursday and help it reach the Rs. 60 crore nett mark in its first week. Although the first week's gross of 60 crore may not seem all that promising, the amount is reasonable given the conditions and how other Bollywood films have performed this year. And to top it all off, this movie is a remake of a Tamil movie that was previously successful and is now widely available online in Hindi dub.
Given the multiple causes that contributed to its decline, Vikram Vedha can easily surpass the Rs. 100 crores nett figure at the end of the run if it is able to duplicate its Thursday numbers on Friday and experience strong growth in its following two days.