Indian films “Kalki 2898 AD” and “Jatt and Juliet 3”

Two Indian films have been big box office hits at the domestic box office – and when they’re a hit, they’re a big hit, supporting exhibitors through good times and bad – Types of kindness hit no. 10 is in great expansion and Thelma Not far back.

Kalki 2898 AD, the Telugu sci-fi epic from Prathyangira Cinemas, is eyeing an estimated $5.4 million on 1,049 screens in the three-day weekend, no. 5. It’s also closing in on $11 million, including Wednesday previews and a Thursday opening day, one of the best openings ever for an Indian film in North America.

Kalki is written and directed by Nag Ashwin and stars Prabhas, Deepika Padukone and Amitabh Bachchan. Deadline reported that this is the most expensive film ever made in India.

Gat and Juliet 3The latest installment in the Punjabi romantic comedy franchise, from White Hill Studios, is at No. 1. It took ninth place with $1.8 million for the weekend from just 143 locations, and $1.9 million, according to Comscore. The film is directed by writer-director Jagdeep Sidhu and stars Diljit Dosanjh and Neeru Bajwa.

Types of kindness “The Last Hope,” produced by Searchlight Pictures, starring Emma Stone and Jesse Plemons, is looking to generate $1.5 million over the weekend on 490 screens – up from five opening screens – to bring its total revenue to $2 million, topping Tenth place.

Josh Margolin Thelma Magnolia Pictures’ “The Last Day” was a hit in its second weekend after very strong Monday-Thursday revenue, with an estimated $1.32 million on 1,220 screens. That means the film, which stars June Squibb with Fred Hechinger, Parky Posey and Richard Roundtree, has a total gross of $5.1 million.

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Sony Pictures Classics Daddio The Christy Hall film starring Sean Penn and Dakota Fanning is scheduled to open over the weekend with $440.3K on 628 screens.

Sideshow/Janus Films release of Catherine Breillat last summer The film opened in three theaters this week, taking in an estimated $30.3 million. It’s the 75-year-old French director’s first film in a decade. Starring Léa Drucker, Olivier Rabourdin and Samuel Kircher, it’s expanding to additional cities throughout July.

Cohen Media Group’s June Zero starring Jake Paltrow grossed $8.1K in a single screening at New York’s Quad Cinema, thanks to strong reviews and Q&A sessions with the directors. CMG said Sunday’s number is expected to be its highest total of the weekend, indicating positive business. The film will open in Los Angeles and the rest of the top 10 markets on Friday, and will expand into the top 50 on July 12.

A gothic horror tale from Oscillscope Labs And your response Adrian Poe’s film made its debut at the IFC Center, where it grossed $8.1K and took first place in the Complex category with just three daily showings. “We expect word of mouth to be exceptionally strong [the film] It is being rolled out at the national level. Likes Scarce exports and cohesion And Love Witch Before that, we are confident of it I replied to you “It will quickly achieve cult status,” the distributor said, expanding to all major markets during July and August.

clings to: Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Annie Baker’s poignant coming-of-age story Janet Planet, starring Julianne Nicholson and Zoe Ziegler, expanded to 315 screens in its second weekend for an estimated $187,000-$565,000. It will continue in theaters through July.

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