Sarkar 3 Total Collection Box Office Business Income : Amithabh Bachchan starrer upcoming movie Sarkar 3 is set to release on 12th May this year. Alongside Big B, the film also features Manoj Bajpayee, Jackie Shroff, Ronit Roy, Amit Sadh, Yami Gautam and Supriya Pathak in prominent roles. It is the third celluloid is Sarkar film series. The first flick, titled Sarkar, was released in 2005. Sarkar Raj, the second part of the movie, hit screens on 6th June 2008.
With the interesting political stories in initial two parts, the Hindi offering received immense response from the audiences. Divulging a huge attention from public domain, the first-two films in the political drama thriller series earned a total collection of Rs 99.46 crore (US$ 15.3 million). The third installment, which features multiple stars in main lead, is expected to make a business of around Rs 80-100 crore on Indian box office.
Sarkar Raj (2008) movie showcased 48% growth than the overall box office business garnered by Sarkar (2005). The two films, with total budget of Rs 410 million (US$ 6.3 million), faced controversy over portraying the character of well-reputed Indian politician in incorrect way. Yet third part in this series hasn’t involved itself into any such situation. The film was earlier slated to hit screens in April month. In order to avoid box office clash with Baahubali 2 : The Conclusion, filmmakers postponed its release date.
Sarkar Movie Budget, Overall Income
- Sarkar : Rs 40 crore (US$ 6.2 million)
- Budget : Rs 130 million (US$ 2 million)
Total Business of Sarkar Raj Film, Budget
- Sarkar Raj : Rs 59.46 crore (US$ 9.2 million)
- Budget : Rs 480 million (US$ 7.8 million)
Sarkar 3 Movie Box Office Collection Prediction
- Opening Day Business – Rs 20 crore
- Collection on Day 2 – Rs 18 crore
- 3rd Day Income – Rs 22 crore
- First Weekend BOC – Rs 60 crore
- Fourth Day Earnings – Rs 14 crore
- Collection on 5th Day – Rs 10 crore
- Day 6 Business – Rs 7 crore
- Overall Income on 7th Day – Rs 5 crore
- First Week Total Gross – Rs 45 crore