Rani Mukerji’s Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway is a huge failure at the box office. In a single day, the film hardly collected Rs 35 lakh, taking the total to just Rs 17 crore.
By Grace Cyril: Rani Mukerji’s film Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway is a no winner. The film is seeing a steep drop in its box office collection. The Ashima Chibber-directorial is struggling to pull the audience to theatres. The film is the true story of of a mother who is left to fight with the entire nation after her kids are taken away from her. Based on true events, Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway has ended Week 2 without even collecting Rs 20 crore.
MRS CHATTERJEE VS NORWAY BO COLLECTION
Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway graced the screens on March 17. The film is inspired by the story of an Indian couple, whose children were taken away by Norwegian authorities in 2011. Recently, the film surpassed the Rs 15 crore-mark at the box office and is still running in theatres. On Friday, March 31, the film is estimated to have collected Rs 35 lakh in a single day. Hence, the total domestic box office collection now stands at around Rs 17.40 crore reportedly. These aren’t impressive numbers. Meanwhile, Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway had an overall 12.72 per cent Hindi Occupancy on March 31.
ABOUT MRS CHATTERJEE VS NORWAY
Mrs Chatterjee vs Norway is an emotional drama that revolves around a mother who locks horns with an entire nation to win her kids’ custody. The film’s cast also includes Anirban Bhattacharya and Jim Sarbh. Directed by Ashima Chibber, it released in theatres on March 17. The film is an adaptation based on the mother – Sagarika Chakraborty’s autobiography titled The Journey of a Mother whose children were taken away from them by the Norwegian Childcare system (Barnevernet) in 2011.