Sanam Re 5th Day (Tuesday) Collection Box Office Earnings Report

Sanam Re 5th Day (Tuesday) Collection Box Office Earnings Report :- Indian romantic drama movie which was being directed by Divya Khosla Kumar and is running on about 1500 screens across the country right now ‘Sanam Re’ is enjoying a successful run currently at the box office as this lovely refreshing venture which features the trio of Pulkit Samrat, Urvashi Rautela and Yami Gautam in main leads in absolutely showing pure dominance over other Bollywood movies including Ghayal Once Again, Fitoor, Airlift, Sanam Teri Kasam and Mastizaade as well.

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Right from day one, ‘Sanam Re’ starring Yami Gautam, Pulkit Samrat and Urvashi Rautela remained ahead in the numbers game. Performance of ‘Fitoor’ was lacklustre despite a bigger star cast (Katrina Kaif and Aditya Roy Kapur) and budget (nearly Rs 60 crore).

“Fitoor’s lukewarm opening took many in the industry by surprise since much was expected from the director who has films like ‘Rock On’ and ‘Kai Po Che’ to his credit. The collections improved only marginally on Sunday. It seems to be the first major setback of the year. However, it managed to garner critical acclaim. ‘Sanam Re’ collections were not up to the mark, but it generated better results.”

Now coming towards the business of this venture and the income that this movie generated on Tuesday well the news is once again good as Sanam Re 5th day overall occupancy has been estimated around 35% which is decent enough as compared to what has been recorded for Katrina Kaif’s Fitoor on the same day. The feedback that this film is receiving at the moment from public is awesome and it is doing wonders for this flick.

Sanam Re Fifth Day Collection – Rs 3.20 crore (approx)

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