Vidyut Jammwal's recently released film had a good start in theatres. The film hit the screens on february 23 along with Yami Gautam's film 'Article 370'. Both the films are doing business worth crores every day but the performance of 'Crakk' seems to be going down on the fourth day. It seems as if Vidyut Jammwal's film is being affected a lot due to the clash with 'Article 370'.

According to the report of Sacknilk, 'Crakk' had an opening of Rs 4.25 crore on the first day. On the second day the film earned Rs 2.15 crores and on the third day the film earned Rs 2.3 crores. However, there was a decline in the film's earnings on Monday. According to the initial data of the fourth day, 'Crack' has been able to earn only Rs 1 crore so far.

'Crack' backward from 'Article 370'

The total collection of 'Crakk' at the domestic box office in four days has become Rs 9.70 crore. Let us tell you that in terms of business, 'Crakk' is lagging far behind Yami Gautam's film 'Article 370'. 'Article 370' has earned Rs 3.25 crore so far on the fourth day and the total collection of the four days of the film has become Rs 26.15 crore, which is much less than 'Crakk'.

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