The Conjuring 2 Fourth Day Collection Worldwide Box Office Report

The Conjuring 2 Fourth Day Collection Worldwide Box Office Report :- The scenario of Hollywood films dominating Bollywood movies continues this month too at box office India as the latest American supernatural horror film ‘The Conjuring 2’ has absolutely sidelined the likes of Te3n & Do Lafzon Ki Kahani by earning much better income than both these recently released movies through the domestic Indian markets and people are also giving wonderful remarks to its plot.


Hollywood movie “The Conjuring 2” has emerged victorious at the Chennai box office. In its opening weekend, the film has raked in Rs. 98.27 lakh in the capital city of Tamil Nadu.

“The Conjuring 2” had 207 shows in Chennai in its first weekend from which it earned Rs. 98.27 lakh, reported Behindwoods. The good pre-release hype and the success of its earlier instalment helped the film to pull audience to the theatres in big numbers.

The major advantage that “The Conjuring 2” had was no big banner Tamil films were released recently. Hence, the movie enjoyed good occupancy in Chennai.

Well known Indian trade analyst Taran Adarsh confirmed the opening weekend collection figures of The Conjuring 2 at Indian box office by tweeting earlier this Monday :

#TheConjuring2 Fri 5.25 cr, Sat 6.90 cr, Sun 7.60 cr. Total: ₹ 19.80 cr nett. India biz. English+Hindi+Tamil+Telugu versions. VERY GOOD!

Currently The Conjuring 2 is running in Hindi, English, Tamil and Telugu dubbed versions all across India and most of its night shows went housefull on the fourth day too as kids are going with a lot of excitement to watch this movie along with their parents who are appearing interested too.

The Conjuring 2 4th Day Collection India – Rs 4.15 crore (approx)

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