Sanam Re 7th Day (1st Week) Collection Box Office Kamai Report

Sanam Re 7th Day (1st Week) Collection Box Office Kamai Report :- Featuring the awesome threesome of Urvashi Rautela, Pulkit Samrat and Yamil Gautam in lead roles Hindi romantic thriller Sanam Re which went on screens all across the world last Friday has made a superb amount of earnings at box office India and surprisingly this Divya Khosla Kumar directorial venture has absolutely sidelined big banner Bollywood film Fitoor as it is currently not providing that Katrina Kaif starrer any space to do its business properly.

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Yami Gautam and Pulkit Samrat were all smiles at the party and they do have a reason to be so. Their film has done extremely well as compared to the other release, ‘Fitoor’.Pulkit plays the role of Akash in the film, who is too busy struggling up the corporate ladder, that he even forgets his childhood love Shruti (Yami Gautam) until he returns to his home town after years.

This is the first time that Yami Gautam was seen romancing Fukrey actor Pulkit Samrat on screen nd their sizzling chemistry has done wonders in attracting crowds to the screens. Sanam Re was made on a budget of Rs 20.50 cr only (Cost Of Production + Publicity& Advertising).

Below are the complete first week collection figures of Fitoor that this movie has earned from Box Office India :

Sanam Re 1st Day Collection – Rs 5.04 crore

Sanam Re 2nd Day Collection – Rs 5.56 crore

Sanam Re 3rd Day Collection – Rs 6.45 crore

Sanam Re 4th Day Collection – Rs 2.56 crore

Sanam Re 5th Day Collection – Rs 2.34 crore

Sanam Re 6th Day Collection – Rs 2 crore

Sanam Re 7th Day Collection – Rs 1.50 crore (approx)

Sanam Re First Week Collection – Rs 25.45 crore (approx)

Stay tuned with us for more collection updates of Sanam Re 

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