Sumeru did not do well at all in the first week.
Safaibaaz – The Scavenger has been rejected in the first week itself.
No Time To Die (English and dubbed versions) did fairly well in the first weekend (mainly Saturday and Sunday) but collections dropped from Monday onwards.
Chal Mera Putt 3 (Punjabi) did phenomenally well in the first week. Its collections in East Punjab on Friday were Rs. 1.15 crore. Saturday closed at Rs. 1.33 crore while Sunday ended at Rs. 1.42 crore. In this way, the first weekend closed at Rs. 3.90 crore. Collections during the weekdays were also excellent: Monday – Rs. 0.69 crore, Tuesday – Rs. 0.51 crore, Wednesday – Rs. 0.40 crore, Thursday – Rs. 0.33 crore. Therefore, the total for the weekdays was Rs. 1.93 crore. The grand total for the first week in East Punjab was, therefore, Rs. 5.83 crore. Additionally, the comedy film netted Rs. 1.22 crore from the rest of India, taking the all-India total to Rs. 7.05 crore. The biggest opposition to the film proved to be Qismat 2 (Punjabi) which was running successfully in 2nd week. Because of that, Chal Mera Putt 3 got lesser number of shows than it deserved.
Qismat 2 (Punjabi) continued to score in 2nd week. In East Punjab circuit, it netted Rs. 0.44 crore on the first day of the second week. Collections on Saturday increased to Rs. 0.69 crore. On Sunday, it netted Rs. 0.72 crore, taking the second weekend’s total to Rs. 1.85 crore. Collections during the weekdays were as follows: Monday – Rs. 0.28 crore, Tuesday – Rs. 0.25 crore, Wednesday – Rs. 0.21 crore, Thursday – Rs. 0.19 crore. In this way, the total for the weekdays was Rs. 0.93 crore. The second week, therefore, closed at Rs. 2.78 crore. In the rest of India, the film netted Rs. 1.57 crore in the second week, taking the all-India total of the second week to Rs. 4.35 crore. Grand all-India total for 2 weeks: Rs. 14.83 crore.