it was a good weekend for 1920: Horrors of the Heart As collections remained stable. No, they weren’t growing like crazy, but the rupee had grown more than expected since inception. 2.34 crore (all languages), just had to not decline from the next day. Since that hasn’t happened, the Avika Gor-led horror film is now in the safe zone.
This can be well seen from the fact that Sunday’s collection has increased to Rs. 3.01 Crore (in different languages) and this takes the total to Rs. It is done. 8.07 crores. Such numbers are good for a film that has been made on a shoestring budget and hasn’t made any investment on marketing or promotion. Keeping all this in mind, this film directed by Krishna Bhatt has proved to be a smart investment for those who have put their money in it.
For those who have invested Zara Harke, they can drink a champagne every week, the collection is now increasing compared to last week, which in itself was also pretty cool. the film was not far behind 1920: Horrors of the Heart Despite being in the 4th week and finally Rs. 2.88 crores at the box office. Currently standing at Rs. This superhit film will cross the Rs 79.02 crore mark. 80 crore milestone today or tomorrow and then it will be a race towards Rs. 90 marks which will be closely monitored.
Note: All collections as per production and distribution sources