John Abraham's latest release Batla House is holding up well at the ticket windows in India. The action thriller directed by Nikhil Advani has been steadily minting money at the box office without witnessing any major drop in its collection. After taking an impressive opening on day 1, the movie its four-day extended opening weekend on a good note. Though the figures did go down on first Monday, Batla House still managed to stay stable at the domestic box office. According to BollywoodHungama, on Wednesday, John and Mrunal Thakur starrer minted another Rs 4.24 crore, bringing its total collection to Rs 62.06 crore. Batla House Box Office Collection Day 6: John Abraham's Action Thriller Is Steady at the Ticket Windows, Collects Rs 57.82 Crore
Since no big film is releasing this Friday, Batla House will have a smooth ride at the box office for another week. Declaring the movie a hit, trade analyst Sumit Kadel even wrote on his Twitter timeline, "#BatlaHouse is a clean HIT at the box office. Film trended well on weekdays, strong weekend-2 Collection on cards. Eying ₹ 80-90 cr Lifetime Collection." Batla House Box Office Collection Day 5: John Abraham and Mrunal Thakur's Film Holds Up Well on Monday After Having an Impressive Opening Weekend
Based on the controversial Batla House encounter case, John's film opened to mixed reviews from the critics, however, it has been consistently pulling the crowd to the cinema halls which is quite evident from its box office performance till now. In fact, the movie has already surpassed the lifetime business of Romeo Akbar Walter which hit the screen earlier this year and is now set to beat the record of Parmanu - The Story of Pokhran at the Indian box office.