Drishyam 17th Day Collection- 3rd Weekend (Sunday) Box Office Business Report

Drishyam 17th Day Box Office Collection

After a rocking 2 weeks performance and high income in the opening days now the film Drishyam after dropping part of its earning and occupancy in past weekdays has again gain response due to weekend time and obviously today being Sunday. Thus Drishyam total 17th day collection is not so high but still film gained advantage of weekend time that has started yesterday. Film has firstly set a pre release high expected mark regarding its performance and now has literally stood up on all the expectations nicely. Viewers are way excited to know how much the film rakes on its third week and whether it competes with latest movies or lags behind in the race. To be clear to the stats, then movie is making main part of its income now from the metropolitan cities and sectors of Delhi, NCR, Gurgaon, and Noida and also from Bangalore and Pune. Regions of Mumbai are contributing comparatively lesser income due to new Bollywood flick Brothers running there nicely.

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Drishyam 3rd Weekend Business Report

Overall third Sunday performance of film in India is nice and satisfactory seeing it is running in its third week now. Still it is giving tough competition to the newly released flicks in their regions. Performance of Baby outside India is not very impressive as the film has gained most of its earnings from domestic markets. Today on its 17th day, Drishyam has made income of around 1.45 crore. By the end of today film has gained positive response from the viewers and families are enjoying it as a good treat. Now that the weekend has ended today so film will face difficulty in running smooth on weekdays affecting its income and graph together. The story of ‘Drishyam’ revolves around cable TV operator Vijay Salgaonkar (Ajay), whose life revolves around cinema and his family; wife Nandini (Shriya) and daughters Anju and Anu. Tabu plays the role of police IG Meera Deshmukh in the film.

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