3rd Day Jai Gangaajal Collection 1st Weekend Box Office Earnings Sunday Report

3rd Day Jai Gangaajal Collection 1st Weekend Box Office Earnings Sunday Report :- Starring Bollywood’s desi girl Priyanka Chopra in lead role women-centric thriller ‘Jai Gangaajal’ which was released on about 2600 across India this week has managed to improve its business to some extent as after getting a slow start in the country’s local markets this Friday the earnings of this movie has got better as this Prakash Jha directorial grossed 6.25 crore on Saturday making its combined 2 days collection to 11.75 crore which is exceptional.

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The movie has witnessed a good jump on Day 2. Jai Gangaajal is expected to see a further jump on Sunday and maintain a stable week! The film also stars director Prakash Jha, Manav Kaul, Ninad Kamat and Rahul Bhat. The film was co-produced by Prakash Jha Productions and Play Entertainment.

Jai Gangaajal is the sequel of 2003 film ‘Gangaajal’ starring Ajay Devgn and that film became a blockbuster hit at box office as till now it is receiving many views on the net. Jai Gangaajal was shot in Bhopal. Priyanka Chopra started shooting for the film in June 2015. The shooting took place in places like Jama Masjid Chowk bazaar in old Bhopal.

Talking about Jai Gangaajal 3rd day overall occupancy rate well on Sunday it has been estimated around 40% (morning & noon shows combined) and these figures are expected to improve in the evening and night screenings. Feedback from public that this movie is receiving right now is too good and this will definitely do wonders for this movie in future.

Jai Gangaajal Third Day Collection – Rs 9 crore (approx)

Jai Gangaajal First Weekend Collection – Rs 20.75 crore (approx)

Keep coming for more collection updates of Jai Gangaajal

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