Sankalp Reddy’s directorial venture ‘The Ghazi Attack’, which has been released in Hindi as well as Telugu languages, is turning out to be the successful film of Taapsee Pannu and Rana Daggubati. The film has totalled an overall collection of Rs 35.45 crore in nine days. The movie is expected make a business of Rs 3 crore on tenth day of its release.
On day 10, the film reported around 10% occupancy in most of the multiplexes in central India. The movie witnessed similar occupancy in southern states of the country. In north India, the celluloid performed comparatively decent and reported a little response from the audiences in Punjab, Haryana and nearby regions like New Delhi and Himachal Pradesh.
Hitting across more than thousands of screens across the nation, Atul Kulkarni and Kay Kay Menon starrer latest Indian flick registered a worldwide income of Rs 37.6 crore. The celluloid performed comparatively poor in overseas and grossed about Rs 2.2 crore in foreign countries. Both Hindi and Telugu versions of the cinema have been successful in raking a good income in two weeks.
Telugu version of the film opened with a collection of Rs 2.6 crore on opening day. The celluloid showcased development in its earnings on second day and third day. The movie reported a business of Rs 3 crore and Rs 3.45 crore on 1st Saturday and Sunday. After the big start in weekend days, the flick grossed single digit collections in the following days.
On Monday, the movie registered a business of Rs 2.1 crore. The film raked Rs 1.65 crore and Rs 1.1 crore on Tuesday and Wednesday. Further maintaining the consistency in earnings, The Ghazi Attack bagged Rs 1.3 crore collection on Thursday and Rs 1.5 crore income on Friday. The movie collected Rs 1.7 crore on Saturday and Rs 1.8 crore on Sunday.
The film’s Hindi version raked comparatively less income. It commenced the journey at box office with Rs 1.65 crore first day earnings. The cinema bagged Rs 2.25 crore and Rs 2.8 crore on second and third day of its release. The movie witnessed drop in the earnings and made a collection of Rs 1.55 crore, Rs 1.5 crore, Rs 1.1 crore and Rs 1.12 crore on fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh day.
The film’s business witnessed declination on eighth day and pocketed Rs 90 lakhs. The business grew on Saturday and Sunday as the film minted Rs 1.05 crore and Rs 1.25 crore on those days, respectively. Till now, the movie’s Hindi version has totalled a collection of Rs 15.05 crore while the Telugu version has collected Rs 20.4 crore in nine days.