NH10 9th Ninth Day Collection – 2nd Saturday Income Report

NH10 Ninth Day Box Office Collection

nh10 movieAnushka Sharma’s debut production venture NH10, which has been doing good business, becomes the fifth highest opening week grosser of 2015 with box office collections of Rs 21.70 crore. With its women-centric theme and a dark, gritty and somewhat violent tale of honour killings, the film as well as its lead actress, Anushka Sharma, has been garnering immense appreciation from the critics and audience alike. In this Box Office report, we take a look at the box office collections of the movie while comparing it to the previous releases of the year. While the Akshay Kumar’s ‘Baby’ is still ruling the chart followed by Ranbir Kapoor’s ‘Roy’, Varun Dhawan’s ‘Badlapur’ and Arjun Kapoor’s ‘Tevar’, the Anushka Sharma production has managed to beat some popular films like ‘Shamitabh’, starring Amitabh Bachchan and Dhanush, and horrex film ‘Alone’, starring Bipasha Basu and Karan Singh Grover. Though the film opened on a slow note, Anushka Sharma starrer’s box office collections gathered steam over the weekend, generating Rs 13.30 crore to become the fifth-biggest opening weekend grosser of 2015.

NH10 9th Day or 2nd Saturday Box Office Business

After a crossing the Rs 20 crore mark in its 1st week, Anushka Sharma’s NH10 held really well on its 2nd Friday i.e. Day 8 at the Box Office. The film with its positive word of mouth, has made a commendable business for itself and continued the same streak in its 2nd week’s 1st Day as well. As per the sources, NH10 raked in approx Rs 1.20 crores yesterday. The film did decent business today and contributed in a positive start of another week for the film. Today being second Saturday for NH10, it collected around Rs 1.06 crores on box office thus taking its total collections to Rs 22.80 crores nett at the Domestic Box Office. The movie has made the business in Delhi/UP and East Punjab. It has full chances to score Rs 30 crores nett, as the new releases are performing dull, thus letting NH10 stay in theatres for next two weeks.

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