Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan further slowed down on Friday as 2.50 crores* came in. These collections are even lesser than the day before when 3.50 crores* had come in. Moreover, when compared to the first-day numbers of 15.81 crores, this is a big drop for sure.
It is quite apparent that the Salman Khan starrer has witnessed most of the audience footfalls till Monday when there was the Eid effect and post that the reach has been rather restricted amongst neutral audiences.
In fact that the film is seeing eyeballs primarily because there is no other major Bollywood release, though one waits to see the kind of gains that the Hindi version of PS 2 may end up making over the weekend and then weekdays to follow.
So far, the film has collected 94.71 crores* and with some sort of push in numbers today and tomorrow, the 100 crores mark will be reached by the close of the second weekend. Of course, in the current times, nothing like this is a given that a big-ticket film will most definitely enter 100 Crore Club, as was the case pre-pandemic.
This has been proven time and again with several holiday releases struggling to reach even 75 crores during the last year and a half, leaving aside crossing the 100 crores mark. In that sense, the Salman Khan starrer would be reaching there but just about it.
*Estimates. Final numbers awaited
Note: Box office numbers are based on estimates and various sources. Numbers have not been independently verified by Koimoi.