Raees vs Kaabil 2nd Day Collection : Releasing across 2300 screens in India, Kaabil has garnered a copious response from people. The movie saw nearly 30% occupancy in morning shows of day 2. The movie saw similar kind of occupancy on opening day also. SRK’s Raees saw comparatively more occupancy on first as well as second day in film halls.
Sanjay Gupta’s directorial project is facing a bounteous box office competition with Shah Rukh Khan’s Raees, which released on the same day when Kaabil hit the screens. Though the celluloid has suffered from a box office clash, it has succeeded in attaining plenteous occupancy in morning shows.
Raees vs Kaabil 2nd Day Box Office Collection
Hrithik Roshan and Yami Gautam starrer film’s income grew on Republic Day. The movie, which earned Rs 10.43 crore on first day of its release, is expected to collect around Rs 15 crore on the second day. The celluloid is also predicted to score a three digit box office number in its first week.
The major challenge in front of this cinema is none other the box office competition with Mahira Khan’s debut Bollywood film Raees, which minted rs 20.42 crore on first day. Shah Rukh Khan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui starrer latest Hindi flick is instigating to attain more attention from people and exhort them to crowd near the ticket window.
After grossing Rs 20.42 crore on first day, SRK’s movie income surged on Republic Day. On second day, the film is expected to earn around Rs 30 crore. Though Shah Rukh Khan starrer latest Bollywood flick is facing a tough box office competition with Hrithik Roshan’s Kaabil, the celluloid is acquiring immense response in cinema halls.
Kaabil vs Raees 2nd Day Overseas Collection
The latest Indian celluloid, which features Sunny Leone in its item song titled Laila Mai Laila, witnessed an incredible hike in Thursday morning occupancy in theatres. The movie is expected to prosper at box office as the national holiday is going to benefit them with freeing millions of people to enjoy the film.
Not only in Maharashtra but also in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat, the movie has been screened in several theatres. Rakesh Roshan’s film, which has been produced under the banners of his production company FilmKraft Productions, is continuing to grab a consistent repercussion from the public domain.