Badlapur Seventh Day Box Office Business
Varun Dhawan starrer “Badlapur” has achieved the highest grosser status before finishing its first week run. With Rs.33.91 crore in its pocket, “Badlapur” has become the highest grossing ‘adult’ film of 2015. The crime drama had received an “A” certificate for violence and sex scenes. “Badlapur” has fared way better than the previous two adult rated films released this year. “Alone” and “Khamoshiyan”, both belonging to horror genre, had also received “A” certificate. Until now, “Alone” held the title of highest grosser adult film, but “Badlapur” has now taken the title pushing the former film to second position. “Badlapur” with Rs.33.91 crore is on top, followed by “Alone” at no.2 position with Rs.19.35 crore and “Khamoshiyan” at third with Rs.14.02 crore. Meanwhile, Sriram Raghavan’s directorial film has been holding well at the box office. The film’s consistent performance has made it the second hit film of 2015. Badlapur Fri 7 cr, Sat 8.50 cr, Sun 8 cr, Mon 4.05 cr, Tue 3.35 cr, Wed 3.01 cr. Total: Rs.33.91 cr. India biz,” the six days box office collection of “Badlapur”.
Badlapur 7th Day or Thursday Box Office Collection
Varun Dhawan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui starrer Badlapur has continued to fare well at the box office. The revenge saga which released last Friday got off to a great start and ended up grossing over Rs 24 crore in the opening weekend. Badlapur has done a decent job today by collecting approximately 2.90 crores as its first Thrusday i.e. 7th day box office income. The film will end its first week run with approximately Rs.37 crore. The film is riding high on word of mouth, due to which the collections are consistent at the box office. However, the earnings might drop in second due to an array of releases. Other movies in the race like Qissa or Roy have not got much response and are not able to hamper the collection of Badlapur. Temper being a Telugu oriented film so it is giving Badlapur a fight in south but not that big and the remaining one- Qissa has not shown any commendable or favorable response from the Indian audience this time.
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