Fast & Furious 7 Seventh 7th Day Collection – First 1st Week Box Office Business

Fast & Furious 7 Seventh Day Box Office Collection

The action thriller is making its way to the top position at the Indian box office with its earth-shattering box office collection. The film crossed Rs.50 crore mark in India in its opening weekend and also managed to pass the Monday test with decent collection. The five days nett box office earnings of “Furious 7” stands at Rs 58 crore, while gross total stands at Rs 81 crore. The movie is the latest sequel of the fast and furious series so more of the audience was excited to watch it and are still going in theaters either after watching the Indian releases or with this as their first choice. Response of the audience was quite good as Hollywood movies have always done good business in India. The film also stars Dwayne Johnson, Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster, Tyrese Gibson, Chris Bridges, Kurt Russell, Jason Statham and Indian actor Ali Fazal in pivotal roles.

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Fast & Furious 7 Wednesday Box Office Business

Furious 7 has created history at the Box Office in India. After having a humongous opening weekend, on its 1st Wednesday, the film raked in Rs 7 crores nett and on its Furious 7‘s 7 Days nett India total now stands at Rs.65 crores at the Box Office. Released in 2600 screens across the country, including Hindi, Tamil and Telugu, the film held well in the weekdays too. Furious 7 has broken all time box office records in India. Being the seventh installment of a huge franchise and Paul Walker’s last silver screen appearance, Fast & Furious 7 took an extraordinary opening, thus grossing the highest opening weekend collection for a Hollywood movie in India. Talking about this cinematic feat, Mr. Sarabjit Singh, GM, Universal Pictures India said, “Fast and Furious is undoubtedly one of the world’s biggest franchises. We expected huge numbers to come from India in the first weekend itself. This is a huge achievement for a Hollywood movie in India. Hopefully, the will continue to go strong and attract more audiences to the theatres in the coming weeks.”

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