The Ghazi Attack, which is the latest Bollywood movie based on 1971 Indo-Pak war, reported 13% occupancy on 6th day of its release. The film witnessed around 10% occupancy in morning shows, 11% occupancy in noon shows and around 13% occupancy in evening and night shows. The celluloid is expected earn a collection of Rs 1 crore on day 6.
The audiences’ response for the film was slight maximum than today’s. The movie raked a business of Rs 2.5 crore on 1st Tuesday. The movie earned total box office collection of Rs 9.75 crore in initial five days. The movie has seen hike in its earnings after it minted Rs 1.65 crore opening day collection on the day of its release (February 17).
Taapsee Pannu and Rana Daggubati starrer cinema experienced a culmination in its business on 2nd day. The movie collected Rs 2.25 crore on Saturday and Rs 2.80 crore on Sunday. The celluloid witnessed slight declination its the film’s earnings and the film bagged Rs 1.55 crore on 1st Monday. The Hindi flick’s income again raised on Tuesday with an income of Rs 2.5 crore.
The film’s performance in overseas also hasn’t been much impressive as it registered a business of Rs 0.1 crore in foreign countries. Movie-watchers in Canada, United States, United Arab Emirates, Australia and New Zealand haven’t responded to the movie in theatres. In other parts of the world, the film has succeeded in earning the collection in some lacs.
In domestic arena, The Ghazi Attack is competing with latest Hindi films – Running Shaadi, Chauhar and Irada. Subhash Kapoor directed Jolly LLB 2’s performance in Indian cinema halls is affecting the business of Sankalp Reddy’s first directorial of his career. In south Indian regions, Suriya’s Singam 3 is leading the race of box office.