Drishyam 2nd Weekend Box Office Collection
Ajay Devgn’s thriller suspense drama is released in over 2200 screens, yet the film only managed to do a decent business at the Box Office on its first week by earning Rs. 45 crore approx. Drishyam is expected to cross 50+ crore mark by the end of its second weekend run at the Box Office. The film is doing a good business in places like Mumbai, Pune and Delhi, and also managed to have a decent run in UP and Rajasthan circuits. The thriller drama film Drishyam, also stars Shriya Saran and Rajat Kapoor. The film takes us through the beautiful scenery of Panjim, Goa, as we meet Vishal Salgaonkar, played by Ajay Devgn and his beautiful family in the suspense thriller. In Drishyam, everything in the life of this cable operator called Vishal, seems normal. Just when we thought nothing can go wrong in Vishal’s life things take a wild turn. Now, all our eyes are on the sort of numbers Ajay and Tabu’sDrishyam manage to pull in by the end of this weekend.
Drishaym 10th Day Box Office Business Report
As we reported earlier it has seen huge drop at morning shows. Especially at single screens which was always supposed to do good business. With the new release at box office, Drishyam lost shows numbers everywhere but that will make no full harm in coming days as word of mouth is going decent. The film especially in East Punjab have seen bigger drop with few other major places. The second Sunday collection has come in the range of 2.72 Crores* which still will not be bad collection but it’s not rock steady business also as seen continuous drop around or more than 20% on each day from Monday till now. Now it is to be seen how much jump the film can register on Sunday. Right now it’s looking around to run at most one more week on box office. With the franchise factor going in its favor and good appreciation coming in too, the Tom Cruise starrer would emerge as the top film by the time it ends its first week. As for Drishyam, it would have to pave its way into an Average zone by attempting to fight out all the competition that it has faced from the films released before and after it.
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