Dangal 1st / 2nd Day Collection 2 Days Dangal First Friday/Saturday Box Office Report and Occupancy: Aamir Khan back with another Haryana-based movie and worked restlessly to make this production memorable. Now, the movie has already been out in the multiplexes and single screens. Today, no doubt fans have booked the tickets for the show in advance.
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Aamir Khan will be seen as performing the role of former wrestler Mahavir Singh Phogat. The morning occupancy is reported to be 65% and will increase for the evening and night shows. This Christmas season, the movie will prove best entertainment time to spend with your family and loved ones.
Dangal 1st Day Collection
This is the time in Bollywood industry when there is no competitor, and also the movie is getting positive words of mouth and good audience response.
The flick is going to a finest production of the year. Till now, the Salman Khan’s Sultan is top highest grosser of 2016 with Rs. 36.54 crore. Both of the movies are based on wrestling and the wrestlers belonging Haryana. Aamir will be fighting hard for his production to break the records.
These movies both Sultan and Dangal have completely different stories. The Sultan traces the life of the wrestler while the Aamir Khan raises his daughters to have a good career in the field of wrestling.
If the Christmas didn’t fall on Sunday, then it might help the production to have more earning. But this time the movie hardly will experience the boost. The big critics and even the average audiences who watched the morning shows are giving outstanding reviews and ratings.
The lead actor undergoes the ultimate physical transformation is saying all about the efforts. Two female artists Fatima Sana Shaikh and Sanya Malhotra are making their debut with this release.
Sakshi Tanwar plays the role of Aamir Khan’s wife Daya Kaur in the flick.
Dangal 1st Day Box Office Collection – Rs. 29.78 crAdvertisement
Dangal 2nd Day Collection – Rs. 33 cr (early estimates)*
Dangal Worldwide Collection – Rs. 11.59 cr (overseas) + Rs. 52 cr (domestic)
Stay tuned with TCD! for the exact box office collection figures.