Sachin A Billion Dreams 2nd Day Collection, Remains Good on 1st Saturday at Box Office

2 Days Total Collection of Sachin A Billion Dreams

After the good start on domestic box office, highly awaited Sachin A Billion Dreams remained super strong on Saturday. James Erskine’s directorial this docu-drama is getting overwhelmed response from audience across the country as well as overseas. Proving all the prediction wrong, the movie opened on a good note and received favorable response the from audience worldwide. Also, The Film has been declared tax free in Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra and Odisha.


Sachin – A Billion Dreams has exceeded expectations at the Box Office. The film didn’t have much of a pre-release buzz, though there was better awareness as it came closer to the D-Day. At the least audiences knew that the film was releasing over the Friday gone by. Still there were doubts whether this would translate into footfalls as well. As a matter of fact the stage is set now for the film to grow further since this was never meant to be an affair that would rely upon the opening and now that the start is there, there is even greater chance for it to bring in good numbers.

On the opening day, Sachin- A Billion Dreams reported strong occupancy of overall 40-45% across the country and did the business of 8.40 crores from 2400 screens including Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi and English languages. With this, it registered the sixth highest opening of the year in Bollywood so far. On the next day i.e. Saturday due to positive word of mouth, Sachin A Billion Dreams has reported almost similar response as Friday and done the business of 9.20 crores on domestic box office. With this 2 days total collection of the movie has become 17.60 crores.

The interest that audience has shown in the film is further remarkable for the fact that this is a docudrama and not even a feature film, and still collections at the the Box Office have been positive. First a dubbed Telugu film doing well and now a docudrama fetching footfalls says a lot about how audiences are receptive to newer stuff as long as there is exciting content in the offering.

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