ABCD 2 12th Day Collection – Second Tuesday Box Office Income Report

ABCD 2 12th Day Box Office Collection

Remo D’Souza’s directorial film “ABCD 2” (Any Body Can Dance 2) retains its top position at the box office this week as well, since there is no big release. The film, starring Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor in the lead, has earned approximately ₹91 crore, so far, and is now looking forward to achieve the second highest grosser of 2015 title. “ABCD 2” collected approximately Rs 2.75 crore on second Monday, following which its total 11 days box office collection stands at over Rs 91 crore. By the end of the second week, the dance film will beat Akshay Kumar’s “Baby” lifetime earnings records to claim the second highest grosser position. With no releases this week, “ABCD 2” continues to dominate the domestic box office. The film is also set to cross enter the coveted Rs 100 crore club with its domestic net earnings. “ABCD 2” has struck gold at the Chennai box office. Now, the movie is set to beat some of the recent hits like “Tanu Weds Manu Returns” and “Dil Dhadakne Do” in the capital city of Tamil Nadu.

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ABCD 2 2nd Tuesday Box Office Business

On its 12th day of release, its collection is recorded low but still good; collected around 2.05 crores*. Anyhow, After getting a flying start at the Chennai box office in the first weekend, “ABCD 2” was expected to slow down. But to everybody’s surprise, the film stood strong at the collection centres in the second weekend as well. “ABCD 2” had 42 shows in the weekend from which it earned Rs 13.38 lakh, reports Behindwoods. The Bollywood film had collected Rs 13.64 lakh from 76 shows in the weekdays at the Chennai box office. In the opening weekend, Varun Dhawan’s film earned Rs 24.62 lakh. The Bollywood movie had 78 shows in the first weekend and majority of the shows registered above 80% occupancy. While it has been predicted that “ABCD 2” would beat the “Dil Dhadakne Do” record by Monday (29 June), the “Tanu Weds Manu Returns” record could be broken by Thursday (2 July).

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