Bang Bang three days collection: Rs 71.72 cr, Kick and Singham Returns leads aheadNew Delhi: Hrithik-Katrina's ‘Bang Bang' is continuing to add volumes at box office and within three days of its release, it has collected Rs 71.72 cr nett in India.The Sidharth Anand directorial crossed the Rs
New Delhi: Hrithik-Katrina's ‘Bang Bang' is continuing to add volumes at box office and within three days of its release, it has collected Rs 71.72 cr nett in India.
The Sidharth Anand directorial crossed the Rs 50 cr mark within just two days and on Saturday, the movie minted Rs 20.1 cr, as mentioned Fox Star on the twitter.
"BangBangMovie update-crosses 70 cr in 3 days.Collects 20.1 cr on Sat.All set fr a huge Sunday.Spread the cheer - RT @iHrithik #KatrinaKaif", tweets Fox Star Hindi.
A downfall on Saturday was expected since it was a working day but a rise in its collection will be witnessed today and tomorrow on Monday considering the Eid ul-Adha holiday.
Bang Bang couldn't break Hrithik's own Krrish 3 three days collection record of Rs 72.8 cr while this year's earlier superhits namely Kick starring Salman Khan and Singham Returns with Ajay Devgn in the lead rule with their weekend collection of Rs 83.3 cr and Rs 77.64 cr.
It's none other than Dhoom 3 starring Aamir Khan still ruling the charts with weekend collection of Rs 107.61 cr nett in India while Shah Rukh Khan-Deepika Padukone is at second spot in the charts Rs. 100.42 cr business in India.
Bang Bang is has marched in the top ten highest grosser of the year.
Here is the three days breakthrough of Bang Bang's collection in India- Thur- 27.54 cr, Fri- 24.08 cr, Sat- 20.1 cr- Total: Rs 71.72 cr nett.
On the other hand Vishal Bhardwaj's Haider is slowly gaining popularity among the viewers.
Starring Shahid Kapoor in the title role, Haider with on Saturday has garnered around Rs 6.7- 7 cr taking the three days collection to over Rs 20 cr nett in India.
Exceptional critics' reviews and positive word of mouth is helping the flick to perform well at box office. However, with just 1200 screens it couldn't add big numbers but still is admirable.
Bang Bang mixed reviews is also helping to fill empty seats in theatres for Haider. The next two days are very crucial for the flick too.
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