Bajirao Mastani 3rd Day (1st Weekend) Collection Sunday Box Office Kamai Overall Occupancy Rate

Bajirao Mastani 3rd Day (1st Weekend) Collection Sunday Box Office Kamai Overall Occupancy Rate :- Sanjay Leela Bhansali directorial Indian historical drama film Bajirao Mastani which went on about 3050 screens this week in theatres worldwide has made a mouth watering income of 28.32 crore in the opening 2 days of its release. The audience feedback is doing wonders for this venture at the moment as we have seen a great rise in its earnings on second day as the same is expected for future too. The trio of Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone and Priyanka Chopra are currently receiving a lot of public appreciation for their brilliant acting performances in this movie.


Bajirao Mastani which has been made with a whopping budget of Rs 120 crore, is one of the costliest Bollywood movies of 2015. Its domestic distribution rights have been sold for record prices. The film needs to show a bigger jump in its collection, if it has to recover the distributors’ investments.

Bajirao Mastani 3rd Day Income at Box Office India

Most of the shows of Bajirao Mastani went housefull on Sunday in the states of Maharashtra, Punjab, Haryana and Gujarat as a result of which this Bollywood venture has successfully raked a hefty amount of money through its 3rd day biz from the domestic box office despite of the fact that Shah Rukh Khan’s Dilwale is also performing exceptionally well and giving it tough competition at present.

Sunday overall occupancy of Bajirao Mastani has been estimated around 75% which is quite apprehensive and sooner or later this venture will surely join 100 crore movies club.

Bajirao Mastani Third Day Collection – Rs 18.45 crore

Bajirao Mastani First Weekend Collection – Rs 46.77 crore

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