Dangal 7th Day-1 Week Total Collection, Total 7 Days Box Office Income, Thursday Domestic Turnover crossed 195 Crores in India
Dangal 7th Day-1 Week Total Box Office Collection calculating Total 7 Days Income has brought its overall domestic profit above 195 crores. Thursday income of Dangal is definitely seen with a drop but the movie collections in weekdays are mind-boggling, unstoppable and highest when compared to other all time Bollywood movies. The film is not only giving its best performance but the income it is earning are making as all time Highest weekdays income beating Highest Grosser Movies of Bollywood.
Looking at the List of Highest Bollywood Biopics Movies, Dangal beating MS DHONI becomes the highest earning film. It successfully beats the lifetime of MS DHONI MOVIE on Day 5 only. The flick has also surpassed the lifetime of GHAJINI earning Rs 114.00 crores in India and is on the way to beat 3 IDIOTS lifetime 202.00 crores domestic income.
Recording incredible performance in India and International market as well, the film seems to be unstoppable in weekdays. Now coming on to Thursday it shows a fall more than 10% and its decent by the way on weekdays taking its domestic total more than 197 crores.
Dangal 7th day-Thursday Box Office Collection marks a total profit of Rs 20.29 crores as per 29th December 2016 Report. This claims as said above it crossed the domestic net profit of India above 195 crores easily and successfully. It has headed to cross the lifetime mark of 3 Idiots soon.
Therefore, Dangal 7 days- 1st Week total collection on a domestic note ended up at Rs 197.53 crores as net profit in India while Gross Week 1 Income goes above Rs 272 crores.
Well, the making its giving its bang on performance which is unbelievable. Aamir Khan is again nailing at the box office giving his one of the finest performance till date.
Note: Final numbers updated.
#Dangal Fri 29.78 cr, Sat 34.82 cr, Sun 42.41 cr, Mon 25.69 cr, Tue 23.09 cr, Wed 21.46 cr, Thu 20.29 cr. Total: ₹ 197.53 cr. India biz.
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