Jolly LLB 2 First/1st Day Collection Occupancy Box Office Income Business : Akshay Kumar and Huma Qureshi starrer new Hindi film Jolly LLB 2 opened in cinema halls on Friday, February 10. Sources said that the film witnessed 40% to 50% occupancy in morning shows. Trade analysts are expecting growth in the occupancy in afternoon and evening release of the film. With this response from people on the celluloid’s opening day, the movie is expected to earn a collection in range of Rs 7 crore to Rs 10 crore on Friday.
The movie is set to face box office clash with Singam 3 2nd Day Collection, Raees 17th Day Collection and Kaabil 17th Day Collection on the day of its release. The confrontation with two Hindi movies and one south Indian flick is predicted to affect the business of Rustom actor’s first movie in year 2017. Though the film went through helm controversies over its story as well as some of its objectionable scenes, audiences are crowding near ticket windows in large numbers.
Jolly LLB 2, which is a sequel to 2013’s Jolly LLB, has hit across thousands of screens in the country. The movie is alluring a big number audience’s response in morning shows. Expert’s prediction says that the massive response from people is there for the film as none other Ek Thi Daayan actress Huma Qureshi is playing a crucial role opposite Akki.
Seeing the audiences’ gathering in the theatres, it can be expected that Jolly LLB 2 first day collection will beat the opening day earnings of last year released Rustom which also had managed to curb a helm response on its opening day. The celluloid opened on one day before the Independence Day 2016 in India had collected a double digit first day collection. It will be a challenge for the film to cross 100-crore mark in first week.
Jolly LLB 2 First/1st Day Box Office Collection Occupancy
Jolly LLB 2 has witnessed 40% occupancy in the morning shows. As expected, the celluloid had the superb first day occupancy in Northern India as the actor in lead has a huge fan following in that part of the nation. Sources say that the film reported an occupancy of around 50% in New Delhi and East Punjab. The movie has gained less occupancy in south India as Suriya’s Singam 3 is dominating most of the cinema halls in Telugu states as well as other regions.
In Bangalore, Mumbai, Mysore and Central India, the beginning was average with the occupancy being in the range of 25% to 30%. In noon shows, the film reported good development as it witnessed around 10% hike in occupancy. North Indian regions remained the best performing regions while other circuits have also kicked off with marvellous occupancy. Delay in advance booking has affected the opening.