Dangal 4th Day Collection Earns 106.95 Cr in First Weekend

Dangal 4th Day Collection Earns 106.95 Cr in First Weekend :- Directed by Nitesh Tiwari Bollywood sports drama film Dangal which features Aamir Khan along with Sakshi Tanwar and Fatima Sana Shaikh in lead roles is getting tremendous audience support all across India as despite of demonetization the Hindi thriller has managed to gross around Rs 106.95 crore within the first 3 days of its release after this achievement it has became the 5th film of Aamir to join Rs 100 crore movies club. Recently in an exclusive news channel interview Aamir Khan said that currently he is getting overwhelming feedback from audience on social media worldwide and he wants to thank all his fans for their fabulous support.

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Today on 26 Dec 2016 famous B-town trade analyst Taran Adarsh has confirmed the opening weekend collection figures by tweeting this on his official twitter handle checkout :

Taran Adarsh has praised the 100 crore mark which Dangal has crossed in 3 days by posting :

Also Taran Adarsh posted this regarding the great growth it has shown day by day in the opening 3 days :

Dangal 4th Day Business Report

Mahavir Singh Phogat is an amateur wrestler who was forced to give up wrestling due to financial difficulties. He was unable to win a gold medal for India and vows that his son will. He is disappointed when his wife gives birth to four daughters. He gives up his dream thinking that girls cannot wrestle and should only be taught household chores. But when his older daughters, Geeta and Babita come home after beating up two boys, Mahavir realises his daughters have the potential to become wrestlers.

Mahavir begins coaching Geeta and Babita in wrestling. His methods include harsh actions including forcing his daughters to run early in the morning and he also gets their hair cut off. Initially, the girls resent their father for his treatment but they soon realise that their father wants them to have a future and not grow up to be stereotypical housewives. The girls become motivated and willingly participate in Mahavir’s coaching. Mahavir takes the girls to wrestling tournaments. Geeta and Babita both wrestle with boys and beat them, much to everyone’s dismay. Geeta eventually wins the Junior Internationals and goes to an institute in Patiala for further training so she can participate in the Commonwealth Games.

Geeta makes friends at the institute and forgets the discipline she has been brought up with. She regularly watches films, eats junk food and grows her hair longer. Her coach’s training differs significantly from her father’s techniques. Geeta believes her coach’s techniques are better and that Mahavir’s techniques are weak. On a visit home, she is determined to show her father she can wrestle well without his techniques. This leads to a ferocious bout between Geeta and Mahavir. Mahavir loses against Geeta due to his age. Babita tells Geeta that she shouldn’t forget her father’s techniques and reminds her that it is because of their father that she is where she is now.

Babita soon follows Geeta to the institute. Geeta finds herself losing every match as she is not following her father’s techniques. Realising her error, she tearfully makes peace with Mahavir. Mahavir comes to the institute and begins coaching Geeta and Babita, using the same methods as when they were younger. Their coach is furious with Mahavir’s interference and expels them both from the institution. But they are soon allowed back in as long as Mahavir does not enter the institution. Geeta sends Mahavir tapes of her previous unsuccessful bouts and he points out her errors so she can learn how to win.

During Geeta’s bouts in the Commonwealth Games, Mahavir constantly contradicts her coach’s instructions while sitting in the audience. Geeta disregards her coach and follows her father’s instructions and wins every bout. Just before the final bout, Geeta’s jealous coach locks Mahavir in a closet far away from the stadium. Despite her father’s absence, Geeta manages to win the final bout and becomes the first Indian female wrestler to win gold. Mahavir returns and embraces his daughters.

The end credits reveal that Babita also won gold in wrestling at the Commonwealth Games in 2014, Geeta became the first Indian female wrestler to qualify for the Olympics and Mahavir’s efforts inspired dozens of Indian women to participate in wrestling.

Now talking regarding the business Dangal has done today, most of its morning, noon and evening shows went housefull and we’re expecting same kind of public response even in the night screenings of this venture. 4th day overall occupancy rate of Dangal has been estimated around 70% which is fabulous and the way the pure domination this film is showing at box office India right now we think that it will achieve many more milestones in the coming days.

Dangal Fourth Day Collection – Rs 21.50 crore (approx)

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