Dangal 14th Day Collection: 2 Weeks Total Earning Report


Dangal (14 Days) 2nd Week Collection at Box Office

Dangal starring Aamir Khan, Sakshi Tanwar is the latest Bollywood biggie leading all the screens and has been most loved in terms of collection and business all over the country and overseas. Film has become nearly the all time first highest grosser Hindi flick doing this much fantastic collection and performance. The movie which became first choice for many film goers during the starting weekend, showed improvements in its business on Saturday and Sunday i.e. its second weekend which helped it in coming back to the pace again.


Having already broken so many records and made hypes in Bollywood about biggest blockbuster, Dangal movie is still treading ahead on making more collections day by day. The film by now has come to end its second week journey, yet there are quite handsome collections being made by it. Dangal had crossed Rs 100 crore mark in just three days, following which it continued its winning streak with consistency. Its collection surpassed Rs 200 crore on its day eight and now, it has crossed Rs 300 crore by the end of its day 13.

Trade analyst have been scrutinizing about Dangal total collection right from its preview and first look. It has set a new trend for other Bollywood biggies to cross over a much higher and tougher level of collections in domestic as well as international box office. In this article, we have mentioned in detail total collection of film from its opening day till now. After completion of 2 weeks on box office, India collection of Dangal is 313.50 Crores including 9.12 Crores of 14th day.

The film has beaten the lifetime business of Salman’s Sultan (300.45 crores) to become the highest grosser of 2016. The Aamir Khan starrer Dangal directed by Nitesh Tiwari that is based on the life of wrestler and coach Mahavir Singh Phogat released on 23rd December 2016. The film that also features debutantes Sanya Malhotra and Fatima Sana Sheikh released across 1000 screens in the overseas markets.

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