Ae Dil Hai Mushkil 2nd Day Collection, ADHM 1st Saturday Box Office Total 2 Days Report and Occupancy: Ranbir Kapoor and Anushka Sharma starrer movie did well on the first day with a collection of Rs. 13.30 Cr surpassing Ajay Devgan’s Shivaay which has opening day business of Rs. 10.24 Cr. The 1st-weekend collection of the movie is not going to be good because people on the day of Diwali are busy in the celebration. But it will definitely increase from the 4th day of release.
Check: Shivaay Box Office Collection.
The tweet of trade analyst, Taran Adarsh revealed the figures, ” #ADHM Fri ₹ 13.30 cr. India biz… EXCELLENT at plexes… Note: Dhanteras. Pre-Diwali.” He also shared film’s UAE collection, ” #ADHM starts off with a BANG in UAE-GCC… Collects $ 554,000 [₹ 3.70 cr] on Thu… OUTSTANDING!”
Almost a month of period Ae Dil Hai Mushkil had experienced unexpected buzz due to the controversy made on the casting of Fawad Khan, the Pakistani actor. MNS demanded that the producer, Karan Johar have to pay the penalty of Rs. 5 Cr to the army welfare fund for casting a Pakistani actor in the movie.
Upon this, the producer uploaded a video on the social sites for making all things clear. Apart from this, the Aishwarya Rai Bachchan was not present at the promotions and special screenings which created more controversies.
Ae Dil Hai Mushkil 2nd Day Collection
After a gap of around 4 years, Karan Johar is back to the work of direction with ADHM. Karan Johar is a popular director for the romantic movies such as Kal Ho Na Ho, Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, and My Name is Khan. He said in an interview that he expressed the life which he is living with the help of the cinema.
The second-day occupancy went well with minor increment from the opening day. The average occupancy for the whole day was around 40%. So, it will be experiencing increment in the collection figures also. The number of multiplexes in which the movie is release more than that of single screens.
Ae Dil Hai Mushkil 1st Saturday Box Office Collection – Rs. 15-16 Cr*.
*early estimate (domestic only)
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