Shamshera Box Office: Ranbir Kapoor starrer witnesses a drop in first Tuesday collection

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The movie Shamshera saw another drop at the box office in the first Tuesday collection. After the major drop on the first Monday, the Ranbir Kapoor starrer collected another low on the fifth day of the release. The movie Shamshera, directed by Karan Malhotra was released in theatres on July 22. The film had opened with a decent collection of 10 crore approx on the first day of the release. It even did a good business during the first weekend.

A Box office India report said that Shamshera has made a collection of 2.50 crore on the first Tuesday. The report mentioned that the Ranbir Kapoor movie has made a total collection of 36 crore nett, despite the drop on Tuesday.

As per the report, “Shamshera collected 2.50 crore nett on Tuesday to take the collections of the film to 36 crore nett plus. The drop on Tuesday was probably less than expected considering the big drop on Monday but it hardly makes any difference now what happens to the collections as the film is going nowhere.


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Here are the Shamshera collections so far:

Day 1: Friday – 10,00,00,000 apprx

Day 2: Saturday – 10,00,00,000 apprx

Day 3: Sunday – 11,00,00,000 apprx

Day 4: Monday – 2,85,00,000 apprx

Day 5: Tuesday – 2,50,00,000 apprx

TOTAL – 36,35,00,000 apprx

According to the report, Shamshera that also stars Sanjay Dutt and Vaani Kapoor is looking to collect 40.50 crore nett in the first week, despite the drops on Tuesday. The report mentioned that the Karan Malhotra directorial will need 1 crore nett plus total on Friday to have chances of inching closer to the 50 crore mark.

The film Shamshera is directed by Karan Malhotra, produced by Yash Raj Films and stars Ranbir, Sanjay Dutt and Vaani Kapoor in key roles. Bollywood Bubble gave the movie Shamshera a rating of three stars in the review.

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