Brothers 2nd Day Box Office Collection
Akshay Kumar and Sidharth Malhotra starrer “Brothers” has opened to good response in India and the morning shows opened to approximately 40 to 50% occupancy in India. “Brothers” has opened well in single screens, while at multiplexes the opening is decent. The opening day occupancy of “Brothers” is similar to Akshay’s last outing “Gabbar Is Back”, but the only difference is the latter was released on a partial holiday. i.e., on 1 May. The film has been met with mixed response from critics and audiences on first day, but overall the buzz is high. The occupancy will increase further in the evening and night shows, which might help the film to have a decent opening day box office collection. “Brothers” saw decent growth on the second day at the domestic box office.As it is the day of national holiday, the movie was estimated that it can set up new records on the Second day and the movie was expected to make very nice collection on the 2nd day. And on the positive note the film has actually done a fantastic job in its second day.
Brothers Saturday Box Office Business
Anyhow, Movie opened with fanatic response of audience and great rush could be seen outside the theatres and cinema halls. Total second day income of Brothers have been affected positively by the holiday and it received good response of the viewers. Second Day Box Office Collection of Brothers movie today is 21.43 Crores in India. The film has shown a mid blowing performance and has raised the public expectations much more than before. Interestingly, the single screens are performing really well, which is 2nd Highest after Bajrangi Bhaijaan, while multiplexes have so far performed bit lower. Nevertheless, the film will pick up towards the day end. The film is high on buzz, the music has got well appreciated be it the item number Mary or the slow track Sapna Jahan, and of course most importantly, the starcast, are all the needed positive factors, that Brothers will benefit from. Brothers will easily score good on Day 3 i.e. 1st Sunday, (Holiday).
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