Sanam Re 4th Day (Monday) Collection Indian Box Office Report

Sanam Re 4th Day (Monday) Collection Indian Box Office Report :- Directed by Divya Khosla Kumar Hindi romantic film Sanam Re which features the awesome threesome of Pulkit Samrat, Urvashi Rautela and Yami Gautam in lead roles is giving a mind bogging performance currently at both international and domestic key markets. The biggest proof of its brilliant are its current box office collection figures as this lovely movie is earning at a very quick pace and the whole credit goes to its star cast as they have not left any stone unturned during the promotions of this flick earlier before its release.


Pulkit Samrat, Yami Gautam and Urvashi Rautela starrer Sanam Re box office collections managed to stay steady during the first three days since release and currently they stand at Rs 17.05 crore (net) in India, while the total (gross approx.) is Rs 24.36 crore. Significantly, the movie has been seeing an increase in earnings on Saturday and Sunday too, but nothing sensational even though this was the Valentine’s Day weekend.

So, while on day 1 Sanam Re collected Rs 5.04 crore, on day 2 it took Rs 5.54 crore and on day 3, which was Valentine’s Day, it earned a higher amount at Rs 6.45 crore. The numbers are not grand, but the film deserves praise as it has relatively unknown actors and barely received a big marketing push.

Coming to the business of this movie that it has done on Monday well the news is just awesome as despite of a working day Sanam Re 4th day overall occupancy has been estimated around 40% which is even double as compared to what has been estimated for Katrina Kaif”s ‘Fitoor’ on the same day and this movie is expected to continue its successful run in the coming days too.

Sanam Re Fourth Day Collection – Rs 4 crore (approx)

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