Ajay Devgn’s biggest blockbuster Golmaal Again has completed it’s 4 weeks journey at domestic box office on a phenomenal note. After impressing the entire world, the movie was released last month in India and received overwhelmed response from everyone there. Golmaal Again has already emerged as the first blockbuster of 2017 in Bollywood and still heading to break more records.
Due to massive initial buzz, Rohit Shetty’s directorial had witnessed tremendous occupancy through out the opening week and did the business of 136.07 crores. In its second week too, the movie remained very strong and registered the business of 46.85 crores. Then in third week, despite some drops it managed to remain good and raked the business of 15.02 crores.
In its fourth week despite the new awaited Hindi offering, Golmaal Again had enough hold over the audience and enjoyed decent jump in the weekend. It collected total 3.47 crores in its fourth weekend, which included 0.62 crore of Friday, 1.16 crore of Saturday and 1.69 crore of Sunday. After 24 days of its release, total collection of the movie was recorded 201.41 crores on domestic box office.
Then in weekdays, Golmaal Again got lesser audience in theaters than before but still added decent figures to its account. On Monday, it faced 30% of drop than Friday and scored 0.41 crore. With further declination, the minted the amount of 0.50 crore on Tuesday and 0.39 crore on Wednesday.
On the last day of week i.e. Thursday, it reported little more drop and done the business of 0.40 crore, which has made its 4 weeks domestic total as 203.11 crores. The film is set to move on spot higher in next few days as it would next go past the lifetime numbers of Happy New Year.
The Farah Khan directed film had gathered 205 crores at the Box Office and that number is expected to be surpassed by Golmaal Again before its fifth week comes to a close. Next in line is Prem Ratan Dhan Payo [210 crores] but that record would stay intact as Padmavati releases in a couple of weeks from now and that would halt the progress of Golmaal Again.
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