Raees 17th Day Collection, Shah Rukh Khan’s Film is Heading Slowly Now!

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Raees 17 Days Box Office Collection

Rahul Dholakia’s directorial last month released film Raees is heading very slowly now and seems to be packed up till the end of this week, because new Hindi court drama film Jolly LLB 2 of Akshay Kumar & Huma Qureshi is getting released with good buzz among audience. Raees was released on 25th of January with huge excitement among Shahrukh Khan’s fans and ofcourse Bollywood lovers.

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Most of the critics had reviewed it with positive comments and showed thumbs up to it. It was also received overwhelmed response from audience across the globe in early days but it got slowed down abruptly. With a decent but steady performance, the adjacent film Kaabil has dominated it on domestic box office and in the efforts to chase it on overseas box office too. Raees had witnessed excellent occupancy throughout the 9-days extended opening week and did the business of 122.36 crores from 2700 screens in India, which was including 93.24 crores of weekend and 29.12 crores of weekdays.

Now the movie is running in its second week and recording lesser response than Kaabil. In its second weekend, Red Chillies Entertainment & Excel Entertainment’s recent collaboration Raees collected the amount of total 15.35 crores, including 6.60 crores of Friday, 4 crores of Saturday and 4.75 crores of Sunday. While the adjacent release Kaabil scored 27.50 crores. Now the movie is once again in weekdays and as usual getting lesser occupancy than before.

On its 2nd Monday, Raees faced around 70% of drop than previous day and managed to add the amount of 1.50 crores. Then on Tuesday with almost similar response, it minted the amount of 1.25 crore. On its third Wednseday, it has witnessed little drop and minted the amount of 1.12 crores*. Thursday, it recorded lesser response and minted 1.05 crore*, and 0.65 crores* of 17th Day. Till the end of its 17th day, total collection of the film is recorded as 143.25 crores* on Indian screens.

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