The Ghazi Attack 4th Day Collection 1st Monday Occupancy Box Office Income Business Report : Newly released Indian bilingual war film is sounding less successful as it has kicked off its box office journey by earning a decent collection its first weekend. Sankalp Reddy’s very first directorial is witnessing low occupancy on 1st Monday. After making an overall business of Rs 6.7 crore in weekend days, the film is endeavouring to maintain consistency in generating a good revenue in the second week of its release.

On Monday (February 20), Taapsaa Pannu and Rana Daggubati starrer cinema opened to a decent response from the audiences. The film is reporting around 10% occupancy in morning shows. Across all the parts of India, the movie has seen much less response from the spectators which has majorly impacted the box office business of the movie.

Newly released Bollywood movies – Irada, Running Shaadi and Chauhar are not hindering The Ghazi Attack‘s performance in cinema halls. But the second installment of Jolly LLB franchise has been a main hurdle for Kay Kay Menon and Atul Kulkarni’s latest Hindi flick. Although the movie’s Tamil and Telugu versions have been released in south Indian states, Jolly LLB 2 11th day collection is interrupting the film’s business in south Indian regions also.

Apart from the Hindi cinemas, Suriya’s Singam 3 too has been disrupting the performance of The Ghazi Attack is Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. Produced under the banners of PVR Cinemas and Matinee Entertainment, the film has been witnessing 10 to 15% occupancy in south Indian circuits. The film is expected to see consistency in its earnings in second week.

The film, which is based on mysterious sinking of PNS Ghazi during Indo-Pakistani War of 1971, received mixed reviews from the audiences as well as critiques. The movie, hit screens on February 17, is heading to enter double digit overall collection by the end of this week. In overseas, the film has not impressed the spectators as it couldn’t succeed in curbing even an average income.

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