Attack Box Office: John Abraham starrer first weekend collections

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The movie Attack has managed to make a decent collection at the box office in the first weekend. The Lakshya Anand Raj directorial was released in theatres on April 1, Friday. The movie stars John Abraham, Jacqueline Fernandez, and Rakul Preet Singh. The Lakshya Anand Raj directorial opened with a collection of 3.25 crore nett. The John Abraham starrer went on to make an almost similar collection on the second day of its release. Attack witnessed an upward trend in the box office collections of Sunday.

A Box Office India report stated that Attack could not do much in terms of collections over the first weekend. The movie collected 10 crore nett approx over the first weekend. It remained pretty much flat over the weekend, as per reports. The Lakshya Anand Raj directorial collected 3.50 crore on the first Sunday.

According to the report, “Attack could not do much at the box office as it collected 10 crore nett apprx over the first weekend. The film opened low on day one and remained pretty much flat over the weekend as these sort of films dont really have much of an audience in India. It was an action film with a video game feel.

 

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Here are the box office collections of Attack so far:

Day 1 – Friday – 3,25,00,000 apprx

Day 2 – Saturday – 3,25,00,000 apprx

Day 3 – Sunday – 3,50,00,000 apprx

TOTAL – 10,00,00,000 apprx

As per the report, “The urban youth audience which will be the target audience does not really watch Hindi action films barring an exception here or there. Even a far bigger RRR (Hindi) or Sooryavanshi for that matter are comparativey less in Mumbai city and Delhi city compared to other parts of the country.

Meanwhile, Bollywood Bubble gave the movie Attack 2.5 stars and said in its review that the “John Abraham starrer is ambitious but surrenders to mediocre script.

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