Here’s Akshay Baby movie 3rd day (third), sunday box collection, 1st weekend
Akshay Kumar baby film has collected an amount of 13 crores on its third day of release. This is a action thriller film directed by Neeraj pandey. The movie is going really well on the cinema counters as it is able to increase its revenue every day. As 3 days are over by the picture we will also provide you the 1st weekend income. Akshay Kumar is working for the second time with Neeraj pandey as he has worked earlier for Special 26. Even in this movie Anupam kher will be seen with him as in previous special 26 flick. The film is expected to earn about 100 crores as the total business because of the positive review received by the show from critics of bollywood films. You will get to see many other big actors like Rana daggubati, Taapsee, Kay kay menon, Danny etc. this has released all over the world including India with approx 3000 screens. The above provided income was the Sunday collection. The movie had a good start on its opening day with earnings of 9.3 crores. The film is about the 26/11 big incident occurred in Mumbai, Maharashtra. Dolly ki doli is in competition with this as both these are released on the same day 23rd of January 2015. The movie was able to collect 12 crores on its second day Saturday business.
Akshay Baby movie 3rd day (third), sunday, 1st weekend box office collection
Here we are going to share the same information again as that was the title of article. The picture was capable to earn more earning on Sunday that is 1st weekend with 15 crores. On friday it was able to attract 60 percent of audience for watching the movie. The next day Saturday, it had around 60 to 75% of occupany and on this current day 25th of january 2015 it made about 75 to 90% of booked shows for movie. This shows that the movie is going on a upper graph with earning more profits each day. This was the total 1st weekend collection of 15 crores.
So, the 3 days total weekend earning is 36.3 crore approximately.
The two days business was 21.3 crores.