The Ghazi Attack 2nd Day Collection 1st Saturday Occupancy Income Business Box Office Report : Directed by Sankalp Reddy, the bilingual Indian war movie has raked an amount of Rs 1.65 crore on opening day. On Saturday, the film reported 20-25% occupancy in morning shows. The celluloid is confronting with Jolly LLB 2 9th day collection on February 18 and is expected to make a business of Rs 2 crore on 2nd day of its release.

On the opening day, which was Friday (February 17), India’s first underwater/war-at-sea film witnessed around 25-30% occupancy in the morning sessions of the movie release. In noon shows, the film felt consistency in the audiences’ response. In evening show, there was a little hike in its occupancy. The film, thus made a single digit box office collection on day 1 and is expected to gross a similar kind of earnings on its first Saturday in Indian cinemas.

The Ghazi Attack 2nd Day Collection : Rs 2 crore (early estimates)

The Ghazi Attack 2nd day morning occupancy : 20-25%

The Ghazi Attack 2nd day noon occupancy : 20-25% (expected)

The Ghazi Attack 2nd day evening occupancy : 25-30% (expected)

The Ghazi Attack Box Office Collection

The Ghazi Attack Day Wise Collection in India

Hitting across thousands of screens, Rana Daggubati ,Taapsee Pannu , Kay Kay Menon and Atul Kulkarni latest Bollywood flick has acquired a bulky public attention. Released on Friday (February 17), the movie inspired by true events from the 1971 Indo-Pakistan war made a phenomenal business of Rs 1.65 crore on opening day. The celluloid is facing a box office competition with Running Shaadi, Chauhar, Irada and Jolly LLB 2.

  • Day 1 (17th February, Friday) : Rs 1.65 crore
  • The Ghazi Attack Total Box Office Collection (Nett) : 1.65 crore
  • The Ghazi Attack Overall Box Office Collection (Domestic Gross Approx.) : Rs 2.29 crore
The Ghazi Attack Box Office Collection

The Ghazi Attack Collection in Overseas

Produced by Anvesh Reddy, Venkatramana Reddy, Prasad V Potluri, NM Pasha and Jagan Mohan Vancha under the banners of PVR Cinemas and Matinee Entertainment, the movie narrating 1971 Indo-Pak war has not made an appreciable business in the foreign countries. The film has earned some lacs as its box office collection in overseas.

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