Milan Luthria’s directorial recent offering Baadshaho has achieved one more height with the end of its second weekend. In just 10 days of release, it has surpassed the lifetime total of Irrfan Khan’s Hindi Medium (69.59 crores). Being year’s one of the much hyped movies, this action thriller has been released with enormous buzz among fans and as expected received very favorable response from viewers.
Superstar Ajay Devgn, Emraan Hashmi, Vidyut Jammwal, Ileana D’cruz, Esha Gupta and Sanjay Mishra starrer Baadshaho is based on gold heist set against the backdrop of 1975 during the time of Emergency in India. Directed by Milan Luthria, it received mixed reviews from critics but audience found it interesting and entertaining.
In the opening week, Baadshaho witnessed good occupancy and did the business of 64.14 crores from Indian screens, which included 43.30 crores of weekend and 20.84 crores of weekdays. Now it is running in its second week and still has good hold over audience. In the second weekend, as expected it showed decent jump in its business.
On 2nd Friday, Baadshaho faced usual drop than previous day and minted the amount of 2.10 crores. Then on Saturday, the movie witnessed decent rise and did the business of 2.60 crores, which was lower than Shubh Mangal Saavdhan. On the last day of weekend i.e. Sunday, it reported good growth and added the amount of 3.03 crores to its account.
With this, its 10 days total collection has become 71.87 crores on domestic box office. Baadshaho is 3rd Highest Grossing Film Of Emraan Hashmi and 10th Highest Grossing Film Of Ajay Devgn. Baadshaho brings together the trio of Ajay Devgn, Emraan Hashmi, and director Milan Luthria seven years after their last collaboration – Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai.
With Daddy and Poster Boys going very slow at the box office, Baadshaho will surely earn some more moolah. Since its release, Baadshaho has shown good trending. Getting a double digit first day numbers says a lot about what the audience wanted last Friday. It has action, romance, thrill, heist, songs, everything that people love. It’s as if the 90s has returned in a big way.
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