Mar 30, 2020

Neerja 10th Day Collection 2nd Weekend Box Office India Report

Neerja 10th Day Collection 2nd Weekend Box Office India Report :- After having a great jump in its earnings this Saturday Bollywood biographical thriller Neerja has done exceptionally well on 10th day too. This Sonam Kapoor starrer has done quite well on both domestic and international markets and thats the reason its makers have increased the screen count from 700 to 900. Neerja 2nd Sunday collection has also visited a awesome rise and we will reveal all about that.


Much popular Indian critics and trade analyst ‘Taran Adarsh’ appreciated the great improvement in the performance of Neerja at box office also he confirmed its opening 9 days collection figures by tweeting a couple of tweets on his official twitter handle which are as follows :

#Neerja has MASSIVE jump on Sat, despite crucial cricket match [Week 2] Fri 3.15 cr, Sat 5 cr. Total: ₹ 43.47 cr. India biz. OUTSTANDING!

Looking at the current trending, #Neerja is expected to cross ₹ 50 cr mark today [Sunday]. FANTASTIC!
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Below are the complete opening 10 days collection figures of Neerja that this movie has generated from Box Office India business till date i.e. 28 Feb 2016 :

Neerja 1st Day Collection – Rs 4.70 crore

Neerja 2nd Day Collection – Rs 7.60 crore

Neerja 3rd Day Collection – Rs 9.71 crore

Neerja 4th Day Collection – Rs 3.70 crore

Neerja 5th Day Collection – Rs 3.41 crore

Neerja 6th Day Collection – Rs 3.14 crore

Neerja 7th Day Collection – Rs 3.06 crore

Neerja 8th Day Collection – Rs 3.15 crore

Neerja 9th Day Collection – Rs 5 crore

Neerja 10th Day Collection – Rs 7 crore (approx)

Neerja Second Weeked Collection – Rs 50.47 crore (approx)

Keep coming for more collection updates of Neerja film

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