Padman 9th Day Collection 2nd Saturday Box Office Report and 9 Days Occupancy: Experienced some hike with Rs. 3.15 crores


Padman 9th Day Collection, Padman 2nd Saturday Box Office Report and 9 Days Occupancy: Akshay Kumar, Radhika Apte, and Sonam Kapoor starrer movie have entered the 2nd week and doing decent business in the domestic market. But it has been slowing down considerably.

Check: Aiyaary Box Office Collection.

The 2nd Friday business of the flick stands at Rs. 2.10 crores with low occupancy in theatres and cinema halls. The updated collection for the 9th day is Rs. 3.15 crores. The new release of Sidharth Malhotra and Manoj Bajpaaye’s Aiyaary has reduced the audiences which could be the reason for slowing down.

The film has already recovered the budget amount of around Rs. 90 crores with its worldwide collection. In a week or two, it will make a considerable amount of profit for the producers. With this, we can say that it is one of the hit movies of Bollywood industry of 2018.

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Padman Overseas / Worldwide Collection

Padman 9th Day Collection

The second weekend for the production will show some increment in the figures. This social issue based film has proved successful for Akshay Kumar and other team members. In recent year, Khiladi Kumar is focusing to make movies on social issues and real-life stories.

Released on around 2700+ screens, the film has already spread the awareness about the menstrual hygiene in most of the rural areas of the country. This was the main of the lead actor Akshay Kumar.

During the promotions, he also has given sanitary pads in some government schools and he requested his fellow actors of the industry to post their photos along with pads. Along with promotions, a major problem’s awareness has been spread across the nation.

Padman 9th Day Collection

It has also created a new record in the world. This is the first film ever that has been made on menstrual hygiene in the world. Not only this, it is also the first Indian film which has made its way to the Oxford Union.

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