Baby 26th Day Box Office Collection – 4th Tuesday Business Report

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Baby 26th Day Box Office Collection

Akshay Kumar’s “Baby” had a phenomenal three weeks run at the box office, but the film will not cross the Rs.100 crore mark at the domestic market. The box office collection of Neeraj Pandey’s directorial film “Baby” is pegged at Rs.92 crore after its third week. The film enjoyed its three weeks run at the box office despite the new releases. But in its fourth week “Roy” proved to be a strong competitor. The collection of “Baby” declined after the release of “Roy”. The earnings, which were in crores in the first three weeks, have fallen to lakh in fourth week. Due to this, the film’s box office income has almost come to a halt in India, making it impossible for the film to cross the ₹100 crore mark at the domestic market. However, “Baby” is the highest grosser of 2015 and also the worldwide revenue has crossed the Rs.100 crore. “Baby” is the first film of 2015 to hit the century at the worldwide box office. Now, let’s Check the film’s 26th Day Box Office Collection..

Baby 26th Day Box Office Business or Income

After a low fourth weekend, film’s collection once again showed a dip and it minted only Rs.20 lakhs (approx) on the fourth Monday and the 26th day Box office collection just Rs.15 Lakhs, taking its overall income to Rs.93.35 crore. The film is expected to settle down with a lifetime total collection of 94-95 crores after the fourth weekend. But overall, “Baby” has put a good show at the box office by emerging as the highest grosser film of the year. “Baby” has also become the first film of 2015 to earn Rs.100 crore from its domestic as well as overseas run. The film, which was previously expected to score a century in Indian markets as well, is now unlikely to cross that mark in India. “Baby” is directed by Neeraj Pandey and co-produced by Akshay. He also plays the lead role along with Anupam Kher, Rana Daggubati, Danny Denzongpa, Taapsee Pannu, Mikaal Zulfiqar and Madhurima Tuli.

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