'Good Newwz' box office collection Week 1: Akshay Kumar-Kareena Kapoor Khan and Diljit Dosanjh-Kiara Advani coin Rs 126 crore films on the domestic circuit

Akshay Kumar's latest release, 'Good Newwz', which also stars Kareena Kapoor Khan, Kiara Advani & Diljit Dosanjh in the leading role has been on a roll since its release. The film had a good start & it continued the momentum through the week as well.

With the New Year holiday helping the film rise in the domestic circuit, the Raj Mehta directorial has gone on to earn Rs 10.25 crore on its first Thursday. The film which raked in Rs 17.50 crore on the first day itself has entered the coveted 100 crore club & has ended its first week in the domestic circuit with Rs 126 crore, as per the latest report on Box Office India.

The plot of 'Good Newwz' revolves around two married couples, who try to conceive babies through in-vitro fertilisations (IVF) but a goof-up by the doctor starts off a hilarious joy ride for the audience. The film has received a good response from the critics as well as the audience & a good word of mouth has also been helping it excel at the ticket counters. The camaraderie between the leading actors has been the talking point & with the makers managing to bring a gala of powerhouses together, they have managed to hit the bull's eye with 'Good Newwz'.

In an exclusive interview with ETimes, Kiara opened up about her experience of working with the likes of Akshay & Kiara. "It was amazing, I got to learn a lot from them. I have been a fan of Kareena since I was young. I have watched all of her films several times. I know her dialogues at the back of my head. Like most of my generation, I & my friends would be doing Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham dialogues & enacting Pooh & all her films. Akshay sir has launched me in the industry so working with him there's so much to learn from him. Diljit is such a fantastic actor, so amazing in comedy, I just felt like I have learned so much just being on sets & getting this opportunity to work with these three legends."