Baaghi 5th Day Collection: Tuesday Box Office Business Report


Baaghi 5 Days Collection on Domestic Box Office

Tiger Shroff and Shraddha Kapoor are on cloud nine, thanks to their just-released film Baaghi. The young actors have been able to pretty much set fire to the box office with their latest film. In its opening weekend at the box office, Tiger and Shraddha’s Baaghi has been able to earn Rs 38.58 crore. Meanwhile, This is the first time Tiger Shroff and Shraddha Kapoor have been paired together for the silver screen. Right after the release of the trailer of Baaghi, both Tiger and Shraddha were praised for their action sequences. Baaghi opened to largely mixed to negative reviews from critics, but has proven its mettle at the box office. Apart from Tiger and Shraddha, the Sabbir Khan film also starred Telugu actor Sudheer Babu in a pivotal role.

On its opening day, with overall 40% of occupancy it had minted the amount of 11.94 cr from 2750 Indian screens. Next day it received almost similar and raked the business of 11.13 cr as its Saturday collection. Then on the last day of weekend i.e. Sunday being holiday the day resulted out in the highest response and added the impressive amount of 15.51 cr to its account. After the first weekend, total collection of Baaghi was recorded as 38.58 cr on domestic box office. From overseas market, it had reported the business of 10.82 cr across 344 screens. Now the movie has entered in weekdays and asusual started getting lower response than weekend.


Baaghi has held very well on Monday with collections set to be around 6.72 crore nett region as per early estimates. The drop is looking to be around 35% down from day one which is very good and this is from a good opening. The holds across the country are strong with mass centres showing under 40% drops. The fifth day collection of “Baaghi” can be estimated to around 5.77 Crores*. Theatres have opened up to occupancy as much as 35% in Mumbai, 45% in Delhi for the morning and noon shows. Gurgaon, while had 30+% occupancy for the noon shows.

Tuesday grants great offers for the cinema, and thus the occupancy is supposed to be higher by the time sun sets in. The total of the film will be around 50+ crore nett five days which is excellent. The way the film is going it looks like beating Tiger Shroff’s last film Heropanti in five days flat. The best holds for the film came in places like Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. The way the film is going it will cross the all India distributor share of films like Kapoor & Sons and Neerja in just one week.

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