Shivaay 3rd Day (1st Weekend) Collection Box Office Kamai Report

Shivaay 3rd Day (1st Weekend) Collection Box Office Kamai Report :- Bollywood action thriller film Shivaay which features the trio of Ajay Devgn, Sayyeshaa Saigal, and Erika Kaar in lead roles and was being released earlier this Friday in theatres worldwide is giving satisfactory performance at domestic box office right now as in the opening 2 days this venture has managed to collect around Rs 20.30 crore from Indian markets only. Despite of getting tough competition from Ranbir Kapoor starrer Ae Dil Hai Mushkil this big budget movie is getting good number of audience in the cinema halls but the negative point is that most of them are appearing highly disappointed which is quite obvious from their facial expressions after watching this flick.


Recently on Sunday this is what Bollywood famous trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted confirming the opening 2 days collection figures of Shivaay from Indian box office :

#Shivaay Fri 10.24 cr, Sat 10.06 cr. Total: ₹ 20.30 cr. India biz.

Talking about the story of Shivaay the film opens with a Himalayan mountaineer, Shivaay, rapelling down a steep and dangerous cliff in the Himalayas. This Shivaay lives alone in a small house in the mountains and makes a living by providing treks and climbing expeditions to tourists. On one such trek he meets the beautiful Olga, a student from Bulgaria (who speaks Hindi!) He saves Olga from an avalanche and they fall in love.

Olga becomes pregnant. Shivaay beseeches her to remain in India with him but Olga, despite her love for Shivaay, does not want the child. She wants to return to Bulgaria and asks Shivaay to return with her but he cannot adapt to that life. He begs her to give him the child after which he will not stop her. And so it happens: Olga has a beautiful daughter, Gaura, who looks just like her mother, and asks Shivaay to tell the daughter that her mother passed away, and leaves India for ever.

Eight years later Shivaay leads a happy life with Gaura in the mountains. There is a turn when Gaura discovers her mother’s last letter and confronts Shivaay and insists to be taken to Bulgaria. Shivaay and Gaura arrive in Sofia and begin looking for Olga. During this time Shivaay discovers that young children are being trafficked through Bulgaria. He saves one young child (at his hotel) and this is reported in the press. Shivaay requests the Indian embassy for help in tracing Olga and is assigned to Anu, an eager young officer at the embassy.

The traffickers, led by the baron Ustinov and his right hand man, the unseen Changez, come after Shivaay and abduct Gaura. This story is about valiant struggle of a father, Shivaay, to save his daughter’s life.

Shivaay Third Day Business Details

Shivaay got released in 2,700 screens and thus major one being Mumbai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Delhi-NCR, and so on that showed prominent business. But there is a special case; Shivaay is more appreciated in the single screens than multiplexes where Ae Dil Hai Muskil is reigning. On the auspicious occasion of Diwali the 3rd day box office collection in India is 15 Crore (approx).

The best part of Shivaay is its captivating locations in various nations like Bulgaria, Poland, UK, and so on. Its true that the scenic beauty plays as the backup of the film whereas the cinematography, editing and action sequences get the strength of the film. The movie is slowly increasing its business overseas and on the third day Shivaay overseas box office collection is 11.6 crore (approx).

Below are the box office collection figures that Shivaay has earned through its 3rd day business from the domestic Indian markets checkout :

Shivaay Third Day Collection – Rs 15 crore (approx)

Shivaay Opening Weekend Collection – Rs 35.30 crore (approx)

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