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Amitabh Bachchan's latest movie "Pink" reached the theaters all around the world last week, and 15 days of its release, it has grossed more than Rs 36 Crores at the box-office.

The film started its theatrical collections on a low note but quickly reached the top gear due to the positive word of mouth from the audiences. In its course, it overpowered Emraan Hashmi's "Raaz: Reboot" which has grossed nearly 26 Crores..

Box-office collections:

On the opening day, "Pink" collected just Rs 4.5 Crores, and as it succeeded in receiving positive reviews, the business rose steadily, on last Sunday, it earned more than 10 Crores. The Aniruddha Roy Chaudhary directorial maintained a steady collection in the weekdays as well in week two

A strong script combined with the powerful performances of Big B and Tapsee Pannu played a crucial role in determining the success of this flick.

"Pink", the movie audience review

The film told a tale which is of high social relevance, and it has impressed both multiplex and normal movie audiences.

The courtroom drama provided a new experience for the viewers with its uncompromising cinematic language and excellent narration. It also tried to break the restrictions which prevail among women in India. 

Taran Adarsh, renowned film critic shared the box-office collections of the film through his official social media handle. He added that the earnings of the second week will be also on the higher side, as "Raaz: Reboot" has failed to meet its commercial expectations. 

On the other hand, the Vikram Bhatt movie started its proceedings with a much higher amount when compared to "Pink".

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On the first day, it earned 7 Crores, but it started declining in the following days. 

As "Banjo" which features Ritiesh Deshmukh and Nargis Fakhri in the lead roles too hit the screens on September 23, 2016, competition will be sky high at the Indian box-office.

Raadhika Apte's "Parched" was also released last Friday, but considering its offbeat nature, chances of a bright run are quite less for this flick.