Pyaar (Pyar) ka Punchnama 2 heading towards 50 cr with 9th day collection
Pyaar (Pyar) ka Punchnama 2 movie is heading towards 50 crore and stays rock steady with excellent earning on 9th day collection. The film stays unaffected from the new release Shandar collection. The film created a good buzz with its release and earned box office of 6.80 cr on first day. The film is mainly generating more income from top Indian regions like Delhi, Pune, Mumbai, Ahmedabad and Jaipur along with them. The film beats Jazbaa and Talvar. The film has managed to beat all most all movies running on cinemas and earning great at Indian box office. The film has released with 2200 screens earning 2.3 crores on the 9th day (2nd Saturday) collection.
The film morning show has reached occupancy of 15% and then increased to 25% till afternoon. It got a hike in evening and night shows with reaching around 38% occupancy rate on ninth day. After the excellent PKP2 1st week box office, the film witnessed a drop on Monday but still it passed the Monday test earning box office 4.35 crores on 4th day. PKP2 2nd day profit was 7.60 cr. It witnessed a growth again on Dusheera (Thursday) 7th day gathering income of 4.35 cr and again falls down its business to 2.40 cr on Firday (8th day) at box office
Now, coming on PKP2 9th day total box office collection it collected 2.3 crores on 2nd Friday i.e. ninth day of release. The clear reports are not yet out but will be soon updated i another post as revealed. Let me share you the total 9 days collection tweeted by Taran adarsh that sums up to 43.95 crores till now.
Taran adarsh tweet for Total 9 days box office income
Taran Adarsh shared the PKP2 total box office of these following days
#PyaarKaPunchnama2 [Week 1] Fri 6.80 cr, Sat 7.60 cr, Sun 8.35 cr, Mon 4.35 cr, Tue 3.70 cr, Wed 4.10 cr, Thu 4.35 cr. Total: ₹ 39.25 cr.
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) October 23, 2015
#PyaarKaPunchnama2 is heading towards ₹ 50 cr mark. Unaffected by new films. [Week 2] Fri 2.40 cr. Total: ₹ 41.65 cr. India biz.
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) October 24, 2015