Varun Dhawan and John Abraham's buddy cop film, Dishoom, raked in around Rs 50 crore in its six-day run at the Box Office.
In a post-release press conference, producer Sajid Nadiadwala interacted with the media along with the cast and crew of Dishoom.
The film released when Salman Khan's Sultan was still running in theatres. When asked if the sports drama - which collected nearly Rs 300 crore at the Box Office - had dented the collections of Dishoom, Varun Dhawan said:
"Our collections were not at all affected by Sultan at the Box Office. It has been a month since its release and we got a wide release in India. But one reason which not just affected the collections of Dishoom but also Sultan and Kabali was piracy. We need to fight it out."
The Rohit Dhawan-directorial won critical acclaim for presenting Akshay Kumar in a fresh avatar.