Ab Tak Chhappan 2 4th Day Box Office Business
Ayushmann Khurran’s Dum Laga Ke Haisha and Nana Patekar’s Ab Tak Chappan 2, both the films released on the same day, last Friday. Ayushmann’s film received a lot of good reviews and feedbacks from the critics and audiences. The film succeeded in winning over the audiences. However, Dum Laga Ke Haisha opened to a poor start at the Box Office. Apparently, the film managed to mint around Rs 1.10 Crore Nett (11 million). But the film progressed, on its second day, Bhumi Pednekar’s debut film Dum Laga Ke Haisha pulled around Rs 2.10 Crore Nett (21 million), whereas the film earned around Rs 2.85 Crore (28.5 million) on Sunday. Directed by Sharat Katariya, Dum Laga Ke Haisha had a good run at the Box Office on its first weekend. The film did business of around Rs. 6.05 Crore (60.5 million) on its first weekend at the Box Office and is leading the charts. Ab Tak Chappan 2 is doing poor business at the Box Office. The film only managed to pull around Rs 4.50 Crore Nett (45 million) on its first weekend at the Box Office. The film opened to a very slow start and only managed to pull around Rs 1.10 Crore (11 million) on its first day, where as film progressed on Friday and Sunday, but very slowly. Ab Tak Chappan earned around Rs 1.40 Crore (14 million) on Saturday and Rs 1.75 Crore (17.5 million) on Sunday.
Ab Tak Chhappan 2 Fourth Day Box Office Collection
“Ab Tak Chhappan 2” which is a sequel to Ram Gopal Varma’s 2004 crime thriller “Ab Tak Chhappan”, was inspired by the life of a Mumbai Police sub-Inspector Daya Nayak. The movie revolves around Inspector Sadhu Agashe who is famous for having killed 56 people in encounters. Gul Panag, Govind Namdev, Raj Zutshi, Vikram Gokhale and Ashutosh Rana are seen in important roles in the movie, which has Amal Mallik’s music and Siddharth More’s cinematography. Today is the 4th Day at box office and film showed a huge drop and collected just about Rs.1 crore. As things stand today, chances aren’t bright for the film to stay stable on upcoming days, which means all that the film would succeed in doing is cross the lifetime collections (Rs.10 crores).
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