Dilwale 19th Day Collection: 3rd Tuesday Business Report

Dilwale 19th Day Box Office Collection

The Shah Rukh-Kajol-starrer’s domestic run has slowed drastically. The film is earning in the range of Rs 2-3 crore in its third week from Indian markets. The 17-day net domestic earnings of “Dilwale” stands at Rs 142.92 crore, while the gross income is Rs 204.17 crore. Surprisingly, the overseas box office income of “Dilwale” is better than its domestic earnings. “Dilwale” minted Rs 149.80 crore globally in 17 days, while Rs 142.92 crore from India. On Indian box office, Dilwale was showed the commendable performance in the opening week and minted the amount of 102.65 crores, that includes 65.09 crores and 37.56 crores of weekdays. In its second week, it faced more drops and raked only 32.56 crores, that includes 21.23 crores of weekend and 11.33 crores of weekdays.

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Till the end of its 2 weeks, total collection of the movie was calculated as 135.21 crores. In the third week too, Dilwale is running comparatively low and done the business of total 7.71 crores in the weekend, that includes 3.41 crores of Friday, 1.90 crore of Saturday and 2.40 crores of Sunday. On its third Monday, it has minted the amount of only 1.15 crore* with more than 50% of drop in its business and made its 18 days domestic total to 144.07 crores*. But by now maximum number of people had watched the movie and collection of the movie will show a downward trend from the third week weekdays.

Anyhow the third Tuesday (19th day) income of Dilwale by the end of day was around 0.93 Crore*. It is not too bad for the film considering the start of downfall trend from the second week. So on the whole Dilwale has shown us the expected level of performance and we can’t say that it has disappointed us at all.  “Dilwale” continues to score well internationally, while in India the collection might stop after the release of Farhan Akhtar’s “Wazir”. On the other hand, “Bajirao Mastani” will continue to fetch in money even after the release of “Wazir”.

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