Contrary to what some media reports have to indicate, the solo release of the weekend gone by, ONE TWO THREE, is showing a reasonable pull at the box office.
After opening to a so-so response with majority of critics choosing to dismiss it away, this Kumar Mangat production picked up well as Friday came to close. It's target audience i.e. youth, isn't minding the gag-show with laugh a minute scenes dominating the proceedings.
With Friday showing signs of a fight at the box office, Saturday and Sunday kept the momentum on as well while giving good hopes for the film to be able to comfortably sail through at the box office.
Even though RACE is turning out to be a formidable competition even in it's second week run, ONE TWO THREE has good chances of making some moolah for itself if crowds continue to grow on word of mouth over the week. For a film of this scale, even a 50%-60% occupancy isn't a bad sign at all and ONE TWO THREE has pretty much managed to maintain this level at majority of major centers.