Dilwale 16th Day (3rd Saturday) Collection Box Office Earnings Report

Dilwale 16th Day (3rd Saturday) Collection Box Office Earnings Report :- Directed by Rohit Shetty Bollywood romantic musical action comedy film Dilwale which is the third highest Hindi grosser movie of year 2015 is somehow managing to do pretty decent at domestic markets despite of getting serious tough competition from Bajirao Mastani which is a historical thriller and the pace at which that Ranveer Singh starrer is earning it will soon get passed this drama at worldwide box office. Dilwale features Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol, Varun Dhawan & Kriti Sanon in lead roles and all of them have done a fabulous job.


With the arrival of 2016 a goodnews has come forthe producers and distributors of of Dilwale as theatre owners in Mangaluru have decided to resume screening of Shah Rukh Khan-starrer ‘Dilwale’ after it was disrupted from December 20 due to protests from Bajrang Dal and VHP activists.

The right-wing Hindu outfits had stalled the screening of the movie in protest against Shah Rukh Khan’s comment on growing “religious intolerance” in the country. The theatre managements had stopped the screening of the movie fearing attack from the Hindu activists.

Though the police had assured security for the screenings, the theatre owners were not ready to take a risk. The new decision from the management came after the police department offered total security.

Analyzing the business of this venture at box office India on 3rd Saturday well Dilwale 16th day overall occupancy has been recorded around 10% (morning shows) which is not at all satisfactory but still there are high chances for these figures to grow as the day progresses and we need to wait and watch.

Dilwale Sixteenth Day Collection – Rs 1.5 crore (approx)

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