Box Office Collection: 'Ram-leela' Better than New Releases; 'Krrish 3' Completes 5th Week in India

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By Ankita Mehta | December 6, 2013 10:45 PM EST

Sanjay Leela Bhansali's "Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-leela" had a decent third week run in the Indian markets. The film raked in over ₹8 crore in its third week to take its overall domestic total to over ₹112 crore.

"Ram-leela", featuring Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh, was released on 15 November in around 3,000 screens in India. The films' collection was hit due to several new releases but it maintained its spot at the collection centres.

The Deepika and Ranveer starrer performed best in Mumbai circuit, which contributed the highest figure. But Delhi and other north circuits had performed relatively low.

The epic love story has performed better than all the films which were released after "Ram-leela". However, the collection might fall further as it enters its fourth week. Also, three new releases, including "R... Rajkumar", will affect the screen space of "Ram-leela".

Overall the film's three-week box office performance was good with over ₹112 crore in its pocket.

Meanwhile, Hrithik Roshan's "Krrish 3" is running in almost all circuits across the country but with only two to four shows per circuit daily.

"Krrish 3", which the highest grosser film ever, has been continuing its marvelous run due to other flop films. The final figures are not revealed yet but its five week total is close to ₹250 crore mark.

However, some trade analysts believe the box office numbers of the film are inflated and it's far less than the actual figure. But director and producer Rakesh Roshan has denied the reports. [Read the report here]  

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