Badrinath Ki Dulhania 6th Day Collection Wednesday Occupancy Business Report : Releasing on more than 3000 screens in domestic market, Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan’s third collaboration showcased awesome performance on 6th day of its release. The film is witnessing around 20-24% occupancy on 1st Wednesday. The celluloid is expected to gross a box office collection of Rs 6.5 crore on day 6 of its release.
The film’s business witnessed about 12% drop on 5th day and collected Rs 7.25 crore at India’s box office. The film failed to maintain consistency in its box office earnings in second week of release. The movie reported around 20% occupancy (approx) in morning shows on day 6. The celluloid is expected to see hike in the occupancy in noon, evening and night shows.
Badrinath Ki Dulhania 6th Day Collection – Rs 6.5 crore (expected)
The celluloid, which kicked off its box office journey with Rs 12.25 crore collection, reported a drop of Rs 5 crore in its business on 1st Tuesday. Shashank Khaitan’s directorial venture grossed Rs 43 crore in first weekend. The movie collected Rs 14.75 crore and Rs 16.05 crore on second and third day of its release, respectively. As people in India had holiday on Monday because of the ‘Holi’ festival, the film attained huge response on fourth day of its release and it earned Rs 12.08 crore on Monday.
The movie’s business declined on Tuesday as it was a working day for the citizens. Minting Rs 7.25 crore on fifth day, the celluloid experienced drop in the box office business. Till now, the film has totalled an overall collection of Rs 62.28 crore in domestic market. The movie’s overall domestic gross has reached to a figure of Rs 86.5 crore business in five days.
Badrinath Ki Dulhania Overseas Box Office Collection
Apart from the box office earnings in India, the romantic film which has been produced by famous filmmaker Karan Johar collected Rs 18.77 crore in the foreign countries. The film showcased massive performance in the overseas and bagged Rs 0.66 crore in New Zealand, Rs 0.07 crore in Germany, Rs 5.71 crore in North American countries (US and Canada), Rs 0.84 crore in Australia, Rs 0.02 crore in Malaysia and Rs 10.03 crore in rest of the world.