Dangal 12th Day Collection: 2nd Tuesday Income on Domestic Screens

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12 Days Total Collection of Dangal

Aamir Khan-starrer Dangal continues to shine at the box office and is just a step away from entering the prestigious Rs 300 crore club at the Indian box office. The movie is expected to cross Rs 300 crore by another three days. The drop in its Monday’s collection is because it no longer has the advantage of the long Christmas and New Year holidays. It enjoyed a fabulous run until Sunday (January 1), collecting over Rs 270 crore in just 10 days of its release.

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This biographical sports drama raked in approx. 13.45 crores yesterday. Anyhow, all the viewers are busy due to their working schedule and this is affecting its performance quite a lot. Film was released on huge number of screens all over India and overseas screens but the main part of income from first day to 12th day has been from the domestic places and cities. The day of second Tuesday saw a decent income and public interest by the end of the night.

Being the widest Indian release ever, it has shown very positive and excellent income chart. It did fantastic throughout the first week and the second week box office report is also nice up to today. After a good second Monday, Dangal made its impact on the second Tuesday too i.e. today and earned 12th day income of around 10.46 Crores and now stands with a grand total of 295.14 crores at the domestic market. It seems that Dangal has received amazing response from all the audience whether family, youths or kids.

Everyone has loved the story and the dramatization.  Overall, Dangal has earned around Rs 493 crore worldwide in 10 days. And is slowly inching towards the Rs 500 crore mark which it will comfortably reach by the end of its second Monday. That’s stupendous! Breaking the demonetization spell, Dangal has gone ahead to break many Box office records and is emerging strong in its 2nd week of release too. The film is garnering immense positive word of mouth drawing audience in hordes to cinema halls.

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