PRDP 21st Day Box Office Collection
Prem Ratan Dhan Payo has grossed 207.33 crore nett approx in two weeks as it grossed around 24.25 crore nett in its second week. The film put up fair figures in Gujarat / Saurashta, Rajasthan, CP Berar, CI, Bihar and in the Marathawada side of Nizam circuit but rest of India was down to low levels. The business in Delhi city was very poor as it could not even collect 1.50 crore nett in the capital in week two. The film was again driven by Mumbai circuit which has now grossed around 70 crore nett beating films like Chennai Express and Kick. The film has come down a fair bit in week two and with Tamasha releasing this week there will be another big drop thid week.
The film will find it hard to hit the 200 crore nett mark in its Hindi version as collections on its third Friday are certain to be less than 1 crore nett. The film has an outside chance to reach 215 crore nett with its Tamil and Telugu versions but even that is an outside chance. Prem Ratan Dhan Payo had a good third Wednesday at the box office as the film collected decent amount on its 21st day of release. After decent performance yesterday, now the film is on its third week end today and even today it showed up very good. The movie has trended quite well in its third week too.
Prem Ratan Dhan Payo has many records in its name and now the film has entered into its fourth week after today. Talking about today collection, the film performed well enough and managed to made a trade of around 0.89 Crore*. The movie was released on the next day of Diwali on 12th November with a screen count of 4500 in India and 1100 in overseas. It has received very positive reviews from most of the critics as well as audience. PRDP has recorded overwhelmed response from audience across the globe. Everyone liked the movie and find it worth watch entertainer to enjoy with family.
Prem Ratan Dhan Payo has dropped considerably in its third weekend primarily due to the release of new films. The reason are many as first being the third week for it which means much of the audience have seen the movie by now and those who haven’t they are waiting now for watching something latest. Secondly, its non weekend time these days and every film are likely to face this situation at most of the times.
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