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

Dilwale 3rd Day (1st Weekend) Collection Sunday Box Office Kamai Overall Occupancy Rate :- Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol, Varun Dhawan and Kriti Sanon starrer Dilwale which went on about 4000 screens worldwide this week is currently grossing at an emphatic pace from Indian box office as in the opening 2 days of its release this Rohit Shetty directorial has made a income of about 41.09 crore which is absolutely awesome. This big banner venture has beaten Ranveer Singh’s Bajirao Mastani on 2 consecutive days as the historical drama has managed to mint 28.32 crore from its Friday and Saturday biz.


With the box office result out now, we now know that SRK’s ‘Dilwale’ is a sureshot winner which had collected Rs. 21 cr on the first day of its release and Rs. 20.09 cr on the second day, with total collections going up to Rs. 41.09 cr. On the other hand ‘Bajirao Mastani’s first day collections were Rs. 12.80 cr, and it saw an upsurge in its collections on day two as it collected Rs. 15.52 cr. Total collections of the Sanjay Leela Bhansali film are Rs. 28.32 cr.

Dilwale 3rd Day Income at Box Office India

Looking at the present scenario Dilwale will join 100 crore movies club very soon as we have seen a great boost in its business today as on Sunday right from the morning most of its shows went fully packed in the states of Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Mumbai, Chandigarh, Kolkata and Jammu as SRK fans went in great numbers to watch this venture with too much of enthusiasm.

Diwale Sunday overall occupancy was recorded around 95% (morning, noon and evening shows combined) which has been improved very much as compared to 2nd day. Audience feedback is too good as the viewers who are coming out of cinema halls after watching this drama are giving a lot of nice compliments.

Dilwale Third Day Collection – Rs 24 crore

Dilwale First Weekend Day Collection – Rs 65.09 crore

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