There are three 2019 releases of note likely to make their streaming debuts this week, according to Bollywood Buff. Taapsee Pannu’s thriller Game Over — which released theatrically in the United States in Tamil, Telugu, and Hindi — comes to Netflix on August 21, followed by Article 15 on August 24. Student of the Year 2 is slated to join Amazon Prime on August 26 in India, which — because of the time difference — would see it become available in the US on Sunday, August 25 in the afternoon.
Meanwhile, Kabir Singh continued its super run for a second weekend, taking in $451,411 from 144 theaters ($3,135 average). It held onto about 70% of its opening weekend business, making it one of only five Hindi movies to hold onto more than 50% it their opening weekend business here this year so far. Kabir Singh‘s total currently stands at $1,540,044.
Other Hindi movies still showing in North American theaters:
Bharat: Week 4; $18,385 from 19 theaters; $968 average; $2,907,118 total
Photograph: Week 7; $951 from two theaters; $476 average; $342,816 total
Game Over: Week 3; $293 from three theaters; $98 average; $146,044
Kabir Singh got off to a good start, posting the sixth best opening weekend total and per-theater average for a Hindi film in North America this year. From June 21-23, 2019, the Arjun Reddy remake earned $639,994 from 144 theaters ($4,444 average), according to Bollywood Hungama.
Other Bollywood movies still showing in North American theaters:
Bharat: Week 3; $63,816 from 46 theaters; $1,387 average; $2,856,353 total
Game Over: Week 2; $5,518 from 12 theaters; $460 average; $143,894 total
Photograph: Week 6; $2,135 from three theaters; $712 average; $339,441 total
De De Pyaar De: Week 6; $678 from one theater; $1,048,952 total