83 Box Office: Ranveer Singh film performs well on second Saturday
83 The Film, directed by Kabir Khan has performed well on the second Saturday of its release, at the box office. The film was released on December 24 and has raked a decent collection, despite the shutting down of theatres in several states. The Ranveer Singh starrer opened with a collection of Rs 11.96 crore nett and made a decent collection during the first week. 83 The Film went on to rake a total collection of Rs 68.21 crore nett in the first week at the box office.
A Box Office India report said that 83 The Film has collected Rs 7-7.25 crore nett on the second Saturday at the box office. The Kabir Khan-directed film has raked probably the best collection since its release, as per the report. The film has collected Rs 79.46 crore nett in total, at the box office.
The report stated, “83 (Hindi) collected 7-7.25 crore nett on its second Saturday which is probably the best day since release as it did not under perform and matched the trend of the successful films like Pushpa (Hindi) and Spiderman – No Way Home.”
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The report continued, “Till date this film was being left behind as in days the growth should come it was always lagging the other two films.”
Take a look at 83 The Film’s box office collections so far:
Day 1 – Friday – 11,96,00,000
Day 2 – Saturday – 16,00,00,000 apprx
Day 3 – Sunday – 16,50,00,000 apprx
Day 4 – Monday – 7,00,00,000 apprx
Day 5 – Tuesday – 6,25,00,000 apprx
Day 6 – Wednesday – 5,50,00,000 apprx
Day 7 – Thursday – 5,00,00,000 apprx
Week One – 68,21,00,000 apprx
Day 8 – Friday – 4,25,00,000 apprx
Day 9 – Saturday – 7,00,00,000 apprx
TOTAL – 79,46,00,000 apprx
As per the report, “The film got a push due to New Years Day but even despite this growth the film has gone behind Pushpa (Hindi) in most of the Hindi circuits including Mumbai and Delhi / UP.”
Meanwhile, the film features Ranveer Singh playing the role of former Indian cricket team skipper Kapil Dev. His wife, Deepika Padukone plays Romi Dev. The film is based on the 1983 Cricket World Cup.