Sardaar Ji 2 6th Day Collection: Wednesday Box Office Report

6th Day Collection Report of Sardaar Ji 2

It is turning out to be the year of Diljit Dosanjh. Ambarsariya, Udta Punjab and now Sardaarji 2 – the man has scored a hat-trick of successes this year and has continued to reaffirm his position as one of the most bankable superstars around. His Sardaarji is doing great guns as the film has so far brought in over 9 crore in five days flat. This is remarkable since the Rohit Jugraj directed film is a regional release and is playing only up North and that too mainly in Punjab and Delhi NCR.

What is all the more impressive about the film is the fact that it has almost collected the same as the combined collections of Raman Raghav 2.0 [4.85 crore*],Junooniyat [2.75 crore*], 7 Hours To Go [1.5 crore*] and A Scandall & Dil To Deewana Hai [1 crore] so far. Leave aside the competition from Hollywood, here a regional film has gone past half a dozen Bollywood releases and that too at less than half the screens.

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Sardaar Ji 2 opened up with the highest ever opening amount collected by Punjabi movie so far. Also it has registered the record of highest opening weekend collection of all time with 9.10 crores total, that includes 2.75 crores of Friday, 3 crores of Saturday and 3.35 crores of Sunday, which is the highest single day collection of Punjabi Cinema. Now the movie is running in weekdays and as expected witnessing lesser response than weekend. But still it has much hold over audience and getting good response across the country. On Monday, it did the business of 1.75 crore with almost 35% of drop than Friday.

On the next day i.e. Tuesday, it faced slight more drop in its occupancy and added the amount of 1.55 crore* to its account. At the end of its 5th day, total collection of Sardaar Ji 2 has become 12.40 crores* on domestic box office. Then on Wednesday, it recorded almost response and added 1.10 crore* to its account and made its 6 days total domestic collection as 13.50 crores*.

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