Singh Is Bliing 5th Day Box Office Collection
Akshay Kumar’s “Singh Is Bliing” (SIB) has crossed the Rs 50 crore mark at the domestic box office, while Irrfan Khan starrer “Talvar” showed good trend during its opening weekend. Akshay’s film was expected to earn more than Rs 50 crore in its opening weekend and it lived up to the expectations. The film earned Rs 19.27 crore on Sunday, thus taking its opening weekend box office collection to Rs 54.44 crore. The opening weekend box office collection of “Singh Is Bliing” is the second highest of 2015. Salman Khan’s “Bajrangi Bhaijaan” holds the record of the highest opening weekend of 2015 with Rs 102.60 crore, while Akshay Kumar and Sidharth Malhotra starrer “Brothers” is in the third place after “Singh Is Bliing” with Rs 52.08 crore. John Abraham’s “Welcome Back” too crossed Rs 50 crore mark in its opening weekend and now it has the fourth highest debut weekend earnings. Singh Is Bling has had a heavy fall on Monday. East Punjab has crashed from 2.65 crore nett on day one 75 lakhs nett apprx. This is the best performing circuit. The drop is even bigger in Mumbai with collections struggling to hit even 1.50 crore nett.
Singh Is Bling Tuesday Box Office Business Report
The all India collections will come in the 6.50 crore nett range which is pretty much what SIB did on its first Monday. The rumour is flying everywhere that Akshay’s latest movie is the sequel of the movie Singh Is King as the movie features Sardars again and seems to somewhat similar to the earlier one. But some trusted sources, disclosed this rumour by reporting that SIB is not the Singh Is King’s sequel. The occupancy and the box office collection after the first week go down for every movie as Monday is a working day. But the high potential Akshay Kumar can take this movie so high. Now the movie has entered in weekdays and on Tuesday being normal working day, movie recorded expected drop of more than 60% in its occupancy as well as business. It has minted the amount of near about 4.75 crores* as its fifth day collection on Indian screens.
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