Sardaar Gabbar Singh 5th Day Collection: First Tuesday Performance Report

Sardar Gabbar Singh 5 Days AP/T Collection

Latest Telugu film ‘Sardaar Gabbar Singh’ has completed its opening weekend journey on a good note note overall. Pawan Kalyan starrer this action drama has been released with huge excitement of audience and as expected witnessed terrific response on box office. It has received positive reviews from most of critics, which have created huge buzz about it on social media. With so much craze of fans and positive response of audience, Sardaar Gabbar Singh has emerged as second highest opener of all time in Telugu Cinemas so far after Baahubali.

It has released on 2600 screens worldwide, that includes 1800 screens of Telugu and rest 800 screens of its Hindi dubbed version. From its dominated regions like Andhra Pradesh, Telangana & Karnataka, the film reported outstanding performance. On its first day, it witnessed almost 100% occupancy across the Telugu states and minted the whopping amount of 20.50 cr. With such massive opening, it has dominated the opening record of Mahesh Babu’s Srimanthudu.

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On the second day, being Saturday it was expected to sustain with almost similar pace on box office. But it faced a heavy drop in its business and collected the amount of 5.50 cr only. On the next day i.e. Sunday, it received little higher response and minted around 6 cr. After the weekend, total collection of Sardaar Gabbar Singh on AP/T box office was recorded as 32 cr.

Now the film has entered in weekdays and asusual started facing more drops in its business. On Monday, it witnessed almost 50% of drop than Sunday and added the amount of 2.90 cr* to its account to make its total collection as 34.90 cr*. Today is its 5th day at box office and started the day with low occupancy. As per the estimated report, it Tuesday’s collection would be approx. 2.35 crores*.Sardaar Gabbar Singh has to keep its performance steady, to recover its production cost (75 cr) within one week.

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