Dilwale 4th Day Monday Collection Box Office India Business Details

Dilwale 4th Day Monday Collection Box Office India Business Details :- King Khan has done it once again as Bollywood latest romantic comedy musical action film Dilwale which went on about 4000 screens previous week in theatres across the globe has crossed 100 crore box office collection mark in the opening weekend of its release worldwide biz. This is also the third biggest Hindi opener movie of year 2015 after the likes of Bajrangi Bhaijaan and Prem Ratan Dhan Payo as both the Salman Khan starrers have shown complete dominance in cinemas for months. Dilwale features Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol, Varun Dhawan and Kriti Sanon in lead roles while Rohit Shetty is the director of this movie.


The overseas collections of Dilwale in these three days are Rs. 56.38 cr, taking the total number to Rs. 121.47 cr.

Dilwale saw the reunion of Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol after a gap of five years, the film has been bringing in audience from all over. Plus the promotional strategies by the makers also play an important role in the film’s success. Not only did SRK promote his film in various cities of India, but took it overseas to London and Dubai.

This is what famous Bollywood critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted earlier this Monday confirming the first three days collection figures of Dilwale at Indian box office :

#Dilwale Fri 21 cr, Sat 20.09 cr, Sun 24 cr. Total: ₹ 65.09 cr. India biz. Good growth on Sunday.

Unfortunately Dilwale may not be able to get passed the lifetime earnings of Bajrangi Bhaijaan and PRDP which is very much obvious from its initial biz but still this venture will definitely recover the budget of 135 crore that was being spent on its making very soon.

Dilwale Fourth Day Collection – Rs 10.09 crore

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