Jolly LLB 2 31st Day Collection Box Office Income Total Business Report : Akshay Kumar’s latest Hindi flick Jolly LLB 2 has completed 30 days in cinema halls. The courtroom drama, which also features Huma Qureshi, Anu Kapoor, Saurabh Shukla and Sayani Gupta in significant roles, collected around Rs 0.01 crore on 30th day of its release. Witnessing about 1-2% occupancy in theatres, the film maintained the consistency in receiving little response from the audiences.
Subhash Kapoor’s directorial project has been facing box office competition of newly released Bollywood movies. The celluloid competed with Shah Rukh Khan starrer Raees and Hritik Roshan’s Kaabil in first week. The cinema faced box office clash with Rangoon in second week and experienced more competition with Commando 2 in third week. Now, the film is contending with Badrinath Ki Dulhania in fourth week.
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The movie released across more than three thousands screens in India. Gaining more response in initial week, the courtroom drama kicked off its journey at India’s box office with Rs 77.71 crore opening weekend box office collection. Response for the film declined in next week as newly released Bollywood cinemas started divulging the attention of spectators in cinema halls.
Thus, the film faced a great challenge of competing at box office with the new releases and garnered a business of Rs 26.74 crore in second week. The newer movies grasped more attention of people in theatres and impacted the box office earnings of the second installment of Arshad Warsi starrer Jolly LLB. The earning rate further dilapidated in third week and the movie minted Rs 8.25 crore.
Reporting more drop in the box office income, the first collaboration of Akki with Huma grossed an overall collection of Rs 2.36 crore in the fourth. Thus, the celluloid pocketed a total box office income of Rs 115.53 crore in thirty days. The film is performing with average occupancy on 31st day and it is expected collect an income of Rs 0.01 crore.
Exhibiting splendid performance in overseas, Anu Kapoor’s movie bagged a huge business in the foreign countries. The celluloid grossed Rs 10.04 crore in north American countries (Canada and United States), Rs 2.31 crore in United Kingdomd, Rs 10.74 crore in United Arab Emirates, Rs 0.01 crore in Germany, Rs 1.84 crore Australia, Rs 0.03 crore in Malaysia, Rs 0.85 crore in New Zealan and Rs 5.86 crore in rest of the world.