The Ghazi Attack 7th Day Collection 1st Thursday Occupancy All Versions Box Office Report : The latest Indian movie, which is based on 1971 Indo-Pak war, has earned Rs 24.95 crore total box office collection in five days. This is the box office figure grossed by all versions of this film, which stars Taapsee Pannu, Rana Daggubati, Atul Kulkarni and Kay Kay Menon in lead roles. Sankalp Reddy’s directorial venture is reporting average occupancy on 7th day.
As the film is confronting with Jolly LLB 2 14th day collection on its first Thursday of release, the movie is witnessing less occupancy in theatres. According to latest reports, the celluloid has reported around 9% occupancy in morning shows. The action thriller cinema is expecting growth in the public response in noon, evening and noon shows on day 14.
The Ghazi Attack Hindi Version Day Wise Collection
Hindi version of The Ghazi Attack has performed well at box office. The film reported stagnant collection in all six days of its first week in Indian cinemas. The celluloid has raked a total box office collection of Rs 10.85 crore (early estimated) till now. The flick is expected to do a phenomenal business of Rs 1 crore on 7th day (1st Thursday) of its release.
- 1st Day : Rs 1.65 crore
- 2nd Day : Rs 2.25 crore
- 3rd Day : Rs 2.80 crore
- 4th Day : Rs 1.55 crore
- 5th Day : Rs 1.5 crore
- 6th Day : Rs 2.40 crore
The Ghazi Attack Telugu Version Day Wise Collection
Telugu version of The Ghazi Attack has performed comparatively better than its Hindi version. Hindi version of the film made a total business of Rs 10.85 crore (early estimated) while the movie’s Telugu dubbing registered a business of Rs 14.10 crore (early estimated). Sankalp Reddy’s first directorial project of his career is journeying with a satisfactory box office business in its first week of release.
- 1st Day : Rs 2.60 crore
- 2nd Day : Rs 3.00 crore
- 3rd Day : Rs 3.45 crore
- 4th Day : Rs 2.10 crore
- 5th Day : Rs 1.65 crore
- 6th Day : Rs 1.10 crore
The Ghazi Attack Overseas Box Office Collection
The latest Bollywood flick, which narrates the suspicious story of the destruction of PNS Ghazi, has failed to attract a huge audience in foreign countries. The film’s business in overseas is very low. The celluloid has reported a mere one digit collection in the countries other than India. Latest box office figures of the film are awaited. Let’s see how much the movie successfully earns in the second week of its release.