Drishyam 15th Day Collection- 3rd Friday Box Office Income Report

Drisyam 15th Day Box Office Collection

Kabir Khan’s directorial film had a powerful two week run, but the non-stop run was disrupted due to the release of “Drishyam”. Ajay-Tabu starrer affected the screen count of “Bajrangi Bhaijaan” which brought down the box office collection of the latter. “Drishyam” is continuing its decent run in its second week. The thriller drama, which is a remake of Malayalam film, minted Rs 1.5 crore on its 13-day at the domestic box office. The 14-day total of “Drishyam” now stands at Rs 63.32 crore*. Meanwhile, “Drishyam” is now tax-free in Uttar Pradesh. “Drishyam” is the second movie within a month, which got tax-free status in UP. Earlier, UP government made Salman’s “Bajrangi Bhaijaan” tax-free in the state. “Thanks to UP Govt and @yadavakhilesh for making @DrishyamTheFilm tax free. One more reason for you all to watch the film,” Ajay tweeted. While the previous releases have managed to keep the cash registers ringing, Riteish Deshmukh and Pulkit Samrat starrer “Bangistan” has turned out to be a flop.

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Drishyam 3rd Friday Box Office Business

The total 15th day collection of Drishyam is Rs 85 Lacs*. Anyhow, Other members of the star cast have also done a good job. It has received normal response from the audience in 2 weeks and with the third weekend end, it is still running on the theaters but with only average remarks. According to few audience reviews, this is a complete entertainer and pack of masala for all type of viewers though some did not find it interesting. Domestic collection of Drishyam is not much commendable by the end of second weekend as the film in 15 days time has not gained any marvelous figure in its account. Although movie is receiving bit response from audience still the figures have been affected much from other releases. Thus, it can surely be said that Drishyam comes in the category of normal releases, as it remained unsuccessful to conquer the audience hearts but still not a failure.

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