Baadshaho 3rd Day Collection, Milan Luthria’s Directorial Completes Weekend on a Strong Note

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The very much awaited period heist thriller, Baadshaho has opened up on a good note across the country. Being year’s one of the most anticipated movies, it has been released with huge buzz and as expected witnessing overwhelmed response of fans. Because of its great direction and dialogues, this Milan Luthria’s directorial has received mixed reviews from critics as well as moviegoers.

Baadshaho 3rd Day Collection, Milan Luthria's Directorial Completes Weekend on a Strong Note

Due to higher positive reviews, the adjacent release Shubh Mangal Saavdhan has diverted major audience toward itself. But still Baadshaho has good hold and getting favorable response from viewers. Fans of Ajay are showing immense craze about the movie on social media and creating huge buzz.

On the opening day, Baadshaho had recorded satisfactory response and received the occupancy of 30-35%. It did the business of 12.60 crores and registered the 8th highest opening of the year so far. Reportedly the major contribution in its business was made by single screen cinemas.

On Saturday due to Eid-Al-Adha the movie remained steady. On the second day, it reported fair growth in footfalls and raked the business of 15.60 crores. On Sunday being the public holiday, movie has done the fared business of the weekend and collected 15.10 crores at domestic box office. With these business figures, total weekend collection of Baadshaho has become 43.30 crores.

Also running in the theatres are Akshay Kumar’s Toilet: Ek Prem Katha, Bareilly Ki Barfi, A Gentleman and Babumoshai Bandookbaaz, capturing a number of screens from the films. Helmed by Milan Luthria, Baadshaho also stars Esha Gupta, Ileana D’Cruz, Sanjay Mishra and Vidyut Jammwal.

Based on the Emergency period, Baadshaho is about an heist planned by Emraan and Ajay for the royal princess, Ileana. Ajay and Emraan are sharing screen space for the third time in Baadshaho, after Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji and Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai.

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