Dabangg 2 collects Rs 92.66 cr in five days
The biggest film of the year, 'Dabangg 2' is making new records by the
As expected, the Salman Khan starrer opened to packed houses everywhere in
the country and has received an overwhelming and unimaginable response at
the Indian Box Office!!
And as the cash counters closed on Friday, 'Dabangg 2' team collected Rs
21.10 crore net all India as the 1st day booty, day 2 with 19.06 crore,
day 3 closed at a massive 25 crore and day 4 ended with 12 crore. Day 5,
being Christmas collected a whopping 15.5 crore.
The mind-boggling box office numbers are further expected to rise during
the week and if the long queues outside cinema halls are any indication,
the film is geared-up for a long run in theatres!
Well, if 'Dabangg' marked the return of action films, 'Dabangg 2' promises
to take it up by notches with some of the spectacular action sequences
conceptualized onscreen! The film is a complete package and a wholesome
entertainment that is not-to-be-missed this Christmas.
An Arbaaz Khan Production's film, 'Dabangg 2' also stars Sonakshi Sinha,
Arbaaz Khan, Vinod Khanna and Prakash Raj.
So, go on and book your ticket to film with your friends and family to
catch Chulbul Pandey in action as he sweeps the nation with Dabangg mania
at a theatre near you!
Date: December 21
Collection: Rs 21.10 crore
Date: December 22
Collection: Rs 19.06 crore
Date: December 23
Collection: Rs 25 crore
Date: December 24
Collection: Rs 12 crore
Date: December 25
Collection: Rs 15.50 crore
Total: Rs 92.66 crore
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