Drishyam 18th Day Collection- 3rd Monday Box Office Income Report


Drishyam 18th Day Box Office Collection

Director Nishikant Kamat.’s “Drishyam” is continuing its blazing run at the box office. This Ajay Devgn, Shriya Saran and Tabu starrer hit movie entered the 50 Crore club already last week. Drishyam is a must watch movie and having many interesting sequences mean while. It is based on the story of a middle class family which get accused in the murder case of a guy. Movie revolves around the same scenario and its last 30 minutes are the best. In simple words, Drishyam is a perfect combo of suspense & thriller with good story. The total box office collection of Drishyam stood at Rs 68.20 Crores after 3rd Weekend. However from last Friday Drishyam, faced serious competition from the newly released Brothers which is running very well on box office. Anyhow it was the 18th working day for the film and still it has the high occupancy and public response with it. On Opening Day it has done the business of around 8.50 crores from 2365 screens in India, including 50 lacs of Thursday’s paid premieres. Everyone praising the cast for their superb performance in the movie. Because of positive response, more audience getting encouraged and going to watch it in theaters.


Drishyam 3rd Monday Total Box Office Collection

Drishyam in total 18 days journey on box office has done a fantastic job in entertaining all the audience and most of the viewers have found it total up to the mark movie. Today being a weekday and 18th day of release, the film still faced good numbers of viewers and collected 42 Lacs* as its third Monday Box Office Collection. In the coming two weeks, the film will earn decent amount at the domestic box office. Drishyam is remake of Malayalam movie that was already made in various languages, that was the main reason behind average hype of the movie at box office. Almost all critics have rated the movie with 3.5 or 4 stars out of 5 and also shared positive opinion about the movie on social media. The film has shown a good performance so far considering that it comes from a mystery/thriller genre and not the unusual commercial stuff.

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