Dangal 23rd Day Performance
Aamir Khan starrer blockbuster movie of last year Dangal has broke the all the record of Bollywood industry as well as his previous hit films total domestic box office collections on its third week’s end. After claiming such a fantastic position it has now entered its fourth week yesterday and the total collections by now are just fabulous. How so ever the film has dropped considerably with respect to every week. This superb satirical entertainer has turned into one highest grossing Bollywood movie ever as well as Aamir most hit film whose total box office collection has crossed 694+ Crores at worldwide level.
The movie has impressed everyone with its very inspiring story and brilliant performances by the lead starcast, that includes Aamir Khan, Sakshi Tanwar, Fatima Sana Shaikh, Sanya Malhotra, Zaira Wasim & Suhani Bhatnagar. These are the reasons, it has received very positive reviews from all the critics as well as moviegoers and gained strong of word of mouth. This film is most astounding grosser of our film industry at Indian and also overseas box office collections.
Dangal has now few audiences in the halls owing to the release of new flicks like OK Jaanu and seeing the proper graph the drop in occupancy looks genuine on the grounds that Friday is start of the weekend for the greater part of the individuals. Film has turned out blockbuster especially in the early two weeks but after that the film dropped gradually each day. It was the 23rd day of release for this blockbuster film and the total income done by Dangal today on its 4th Saturday; is around 4.06 Crores.
Though the performance and audience response both have gone down but still the current occupancy is great in light of the fact that the film has entered into its fourth week. Now that the latest film OK Jaanu has been released yesterday on box office so the left screens have been snatched by it from Dangal. Film is making average business now and is expected to earn good in this weekend but face more obstacles in coming weekdays after it.
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