Sarbjit Seventh 7th Day Collection: 1st Week Total Earning Report

Sarbjit 7 Days Total Box Office Collection

After the success of Mary Kom, Omung Kumar decided to venture upon the same genre with Sarbjit, a film about a Indian man stuck in a Pakistani prison. In the run-up to the release of the film last Friday, the audience response to teasers, trailers, first looks of the two pivotal characters Sarbjit (Randeep Hooda) and his sister Dalbir Kaur (Aishwarya Rai Bachchan) in the film might have given enough confidence to the makers that it would be a sure success. However, the box-office collection has turned out to be a disappointment. Sarbjit is a biopic of a common man who was strayed into Pakistan and was convicted of terrorism and spying, while his sister Dalbir Kaur left no stone un-turned to prove him innocent.

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Surprisingly, it couldn’t gather enough sympathy from the audience. This also proved to be another classic case of a Hollywood film beating a Bollywood film at the box office. X-Men: Apocalypse, which released alongside Sarbjit, scored higher at the box office over the weekend. In the opening weekend, Sarbjit reported almost decent and minted the amount of 13.96 crores on domestic box office, that includes 3.69 crores of Friday, 4.56 crores of Saturday and 5.71 crores of Sunday. The weekend total is not good enough but its showed continuous growth in its business through out.

Now the movie is running in weekdays and as usual witnessing lower response than weekend. With slight drops in its business graph, it raked the business of 2.09 crores on Monday and 2.10 crores on Tuesday. The steady business shows its worthiness and promises for a considerable performance in the next week. On the next day i.e. Wednesday, it reported slightly less and added the amount of 1.96 crore* to its account. At the end of its 6th day, total collection of Sarbjit is recorded as 20.11 crores* on domestic box office. The movie seems to collect 21.50+ crores till this week.

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