NH10 14th Day Collection – 2nd Second Week Box Office Business Report

NH10 14th Day Box Office Collection

NH-10In an industry like Bollywood, it ideally shouldn’t have gone past the first narration but a young female star not only produced that idea but has backed the film till its release. And Anushka Sharma’s gamble has paid off and how! The Navdeep Singh-directed NH10 has been cruising at the box office emerging as a big winner. What was even more shocking was that naysayers were doubting Anushka Sharma’s intention to take her movie past Rs 30 crore mark! Going by the numbers it is amply clear that possibility could turn true. Released on Friday the 13th of March, NH10 has gone on to collect Rs 20.6 crore in its first week and a further Rs 5.23 crore in its second weekend taking its total 10-day collection to a fantastic Rs 26 crore. That makes the low budget film, produced under Anushka’s Clean Slate Films banner, a hit and beyond! And when you add the 1 million USD overseas collection to it, the picture gets rosier.

NH10 Second Week Box Office Business

Anushka Sharma starrer NH10 continued to show a decent performance in its second week. The film has collected Rs 62 lacs on the second Tuesday, Rs 63 lacs on Wednesday and Rs 50 Lakhs on the second thursday. It now stands with a total collection of the Rs 27.50 crores at the domestic box office. The film has remained quite steady over the second week and mainly this is due to the new releases opening really low. NH10 was received very well by the critics and the audiences tooo. Multiplexes in the North, especially in Delhi and Gurgaon was good. It looks like, the film may finish the second week with a collection of Rs 30 crores at the domestic box office. Anushka Says: “I was always confident about NH10 scoring big with the audiences. Conventional wisdom might make it sound dark and violent, but it also connects emotionally and so well made that everyone could get into Meera’s shoes and spend that nightmare of a night out there. The box office jackpot will only inspire us to continue on the same path and make films like NH10.”

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