Luka Chuppi Box Office Update: Kartik Aaryan-Kriti Sanon Film Earns Rs 76.86 Cr, to Cross Rs 80 cr This Weekend. Here are the latest Box Office figures of Kartik Aaryan and Kriti Sanon starrer ‘Luka Chuppi’ Actors Kartik Aaryan and Kriti Sanon starrer Luka Chuppi is performing good in its third week at the Box Office. The film, which is a romantic comedy, has earned a total of Rs 76.86 crore and Saturday-Sunday are expected to add better to the moolah. Luka Chuppi has emerged as the biggest solo grosser for both its lead stars. Directed by Laxman Utekar, it has got an additional advantage at the Box Office considering no other major film released after it hit the screens. Now, Luka Chuppi has another week to maintain its pace until Kesari hits the screens on March 22. The Akshay Kumar starrer is expected to invite the maximum audience to theatres washing off Luka Chuppi, Total Dhamaal and latest release Photograph.
Trade analyst Taran Adarsh shared the latest Box Office figures of Luka Chuppi. He wrote on Twitter, “#LukaChuppi maintains a strong grip on [third] Fri… Absence of major film/s this week is benefiting holdover titles… Expect substantial growth on [third] Sat and Sun… [Week 3] Fri 1.62 cr. Total: ₹ 76.86 cr. India biz.” (sic)
The small town characters of both the actors in the film have resonated well with the audience. Luka Chuppi is the story of two people who fall in love and decide to have a live-in relationship. However, the family pressure and societal norms force them to lie that they are married and are, therefore, living together.
The chemistry between Kartik and Kriti has been especially liked by the audience. Talking about the same recently, the actor said that the entire cast of the film was like a big happy family on the sets. He told Bollywoodlife, “We (him and Kriti) both connected really well while filming for Luka Chuppi. And not only her, if you see the film, be it Aparshakti or Pankaj ji or any actor, we all were like a big happy family on the set. We all had a great time while shooting and that is reflecting on the big screen as well, the happy vibe. It worked in favour of the film.”