Neerja 6th Day Box Office Collection Wednesday Kamai Report

Neerja 6th Day Box Office Collection Wednesday Kamai Report :- Ram Madhvani directorial Bollywood bigraphical film Neerja which went on about 700 screens previous week across India is doing a great job right now at box office as people are getting too much impressed with the wonderful plot of this thriller which is based on real events of 1986 and Sonam Kapoor is receiving a lot of appreciation for her brilliant acting.

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Famous Bollywood critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh praised the performance of Neerja at box office India this Wednesday by posting a couple of tweets on his official Twitter handle :

#Neerja maintains the speed. As per current trending, Week 1 is expected to close at ₹ 35 cr+, which is FANTASTIC…

#Neerja Fri 4.70 cr, Sat 7.60 cr, Sun 9.71 cr, Mon 3.70 cr, Tue 3.41 cr. Total: ₹ 29.12 cr. India biz. SUPERB!

Ram Madhvani’s Neerja has become the talk of the town. Be it the incredible script or the fabulous performance by Sonam Kapoor, the film has grabbed eyeballs ever since its release. Neerja, which tells the story of a real-life hero Neerja Bhanot, is unstoppable at the box office. After a fabulous opening weekend, the film continues to cast its spell at the ticket windows.

Ram Madhvani’s recent release Neerja has become the talk of the town. Be it the incredible script or the fabulous performance by Sonam Kapoor, Neerja has grabbed eyeballs ever since its release. The film, which tells the story of a real-life hero Neerja Bhanot, has struck the right chord with the audience.

Below are the 6th day collection figures of Neerja that this film has earned from its Wednesday business :

Neerja Sixth Day Collection – Rs 2.80 crore (approx)

Keep checking for more collection updates of Neerja film

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