‘Happy that Ek Villain Returns can now be officially called a hit in the UK,’ says Arjun Kapoor on his film co-starring John Abraham, Tara Sutaria and Disha Patani

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Arjun Kapoor is thrilled that Ek Villain Returns has become a hit in the UK in just 4 days! According to top trade website, boxofficeindia.com, Ek Villain Returns has emerged a huge hit in the UK as it sustained supremely well on Monday. Over the weekend it collected around £130k but Monday was outstanding with over £30k and it was not a holiday in the UK on Monday.

The drop on Monday is under 25% and it takes the film to £160k in four days and the week is looking to be comfortably over £200k and maybe even £225. The four days ensure the film is a hit in the United Kingdom and it is going to sustain very well and maybe even beat bigger films like Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 and Jugjugg Jeeyo.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Arjun says, “It is so good to see that Ek Villain Returns has emerged a hit in the UK! The word hit has become a rarity now across all industries and I’m just happy that Ek Villain Returns can now be officially called a hit in the UK! With this film, we have taken a step in the right direction to bring people back to the theatres and the fact that it is working so well in the UK shows that the content has resonated with the people.”

He adds, “It is hugely encouraging as an actor to see people come out and support a Hindi film in the UK. I’m thrilled with the response that I’m getting and it leaves me with the thought that I must choose more such films because the audience is there to see Hindi films. Post pandemic, they only want to see content that resonates with them and I’m glad that Ek Villain Returns has become that film today.”

(Source: Agencies)

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