Underworld: Blood Wars 4th Day Collection India Earns Rs 12.40 Crore in First Weekend Biz

Underworld: Blood Wars 4th Day Collection India Earns Rs 12.40 Crore in First Weekend Biz :- Anna Foerster directorial debut film Underworld: Blood Wars which was released previous week in India both in Hindi dubbed and English language versions has stunned everyone with its mind boggling weekend performance in the local Indian markets as the Kate Beckinsale starrer American action horror thriller has minted Rs 12.40 crore in the opening 3 days which is way much better than the earnings of many other Bollywood ventures running in theatres at present. Not only kids but the elder ones are also showing a lot of enthusiasm to watch this movie because of which it is rocking box office at the moment.


Underworld: Blood Wars is the sequel to 2012 film Underworld: Awakening, with Kate Beckinsale reprising her role as Selene. The main cast also includes Theo James, Tobias Menzies, Lara Pulver, Peter Andersson, Clementine Nicholson, Bradley James and Charles Dance. Principal photography began on October 19, 2015 in Prague, Czech Republic.

Underworld: Blood Wars Monday Box Office Income Report

If we analyze the business of Underworld: Blood Wars till now than we will reach to a conclusion that this movie is just a masterpiece we are saying this because In India currently the situation is somewhat weird as public doesn’t have enough cash in their pockets because of ongoing demonetization process still people are buying its tickets and watching it in cinemas this shows how good this film is. Overall occupancy rate of Underworld: Blood Wars on Day 4 has been recorded around 25% which is just outstanding.

Underworld: Blood Wars Fourth Day Collection – Rs 2.70 crore (approx)

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