Rana Daggubati’s latest Indian movie ‘The Ghazi Attack’ has shown consistency in its performance. The movie opened to 10% occupancy on 8th day of its release. The celluloid performed well in noon and evening shows as it witnessed a hike in the occupancy. Taapsee Pannu’s second movie of 2017 is expected to make a business of Rs 4 crore on day 8.

Hindi version of the movie raked a collection of Rs 11.85 crore while the Telugu version registered a business of Rs 15.4 crore at India’s box office. Confronting with several Indian movies released last week, both versions of the celluloid have grossed a total income of Rs 27.25 crore in its first week. The flick’s income is expected grow in second weekend days.

All versions of this cinema, which is set during 1971 Indo-Pak war, have excellently minted single digit income on daily basis. Hindi version of the movie bagged Rs 1.65 crore on 1st day, Rs 2.25 crore on 2nd day, Rs 2.8 crore on 3rd day, Rs 1.55 crore on 4th day, Rs 1.5 crore on 5th day, Rs 1.1 crore on 6th and Rs 1 crore on 7th day of its release.

While the movie’s Telugu version performed comparatively well at box office. The film grossed Rs 2.6 crore on Friday, Rs 3 crore on Saturday, Rs 3.45 crore on Sunday, Rs 2.1 crore on Monday, Rs 1.65 crore on Tuesday, Rs 1.3 crore on Wednesday and Thursday, respectively. The film is expected to show more development in its box office business in coming days.