Pooja Bhatt's latest directorial venture Jism 2, which received a decent response at the Indian Box Office, had a very poor beginning at the overseas Box Office. Sunny Leone starrer A-rated movie has failed to rake in even 50 lakhs from the collection centres in three foreign countries like USA, UK and Australia in two days.
Jism 2, which had a wide release in America on Friday, had a very dismal opening at the USA Box Office. The erotic thriller has collected Rs 5.40 lakhs ($9,697) on the first day of its release in the country. Its business improved, but it was not upto to the mark. It added Rs 5.90 lakhs ($10,586) on Saturday to its two-day total Rs 11.30 lakhs ($20,283).
This romance thriller also had a wide release on Friday in UK, where it had a lackluster opening. Jism 2 has collected Rs 3.83 lakhs (£4,393) at the UK Box Office on the first day of its release. The movie did not witness a big jump in its business on Saturday. It added Rs 4.58 lakhs (£5,253) to its two-day total Rs 8.41 lakhs (£9,646).
Jism 2 also had a poor opening in Australia with its collection crossing Rs 2.93 lakhs (A$4,973) on Friday. The movie added another Rs 3.44 lakhs (A$5,854) to its two-day total Rs 6.38 lakhs (A$10,827). Overall, the film has collected approximately Rs 26.10 lakhs in two days from the collection centres in three countries. Its performance seems to be worse than the collection of recent Telugu movie Eega, which had collected Rs 23.51 lakhs ($42,409) from a very limited number of screens in USA on its opening day (Thursday).
However, Mahesh Bhatt productions has a history of their Box Office performance in the international market. His previous movies have done well at the domestic Box Office, but they had an average collection overseas. His recent release Jannat 2 had collected nearly Rs 2 crores from the collection centres in UAE, the Middle East, USA, UK, Pakistan and few other countries.