Sarbjit 3rd Day Collection, Sarbjit 1st Sunday Box Office Total 3 Days Report and Occupancy: “Sarbjit” – directed by Omung Kumar written by Utkarshini Vashishtha and Rajesh Beri, though having a low opening was able to accent the biz ladder on the day two by 25% to 30% as the business in the north grew by around 50% in some prime centres while rest of the Indian domain also showed some significant stride in the earning count.
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Also, the occupancy was more in the evening and night shows. The flick earned around Rs 3.69 crore on the release day at the Domestic BO and it touched a Rs 4.56 crore mark on Saturday making a total of Rs 8.25 crore, which shows that the flick is still in the race.
Observing the upward trend that “Sarbjit” is on, the flick is expected to have a significant rise in occupancy on First Weekend. The steaming trend makes a probability for the flick to earn more on the first weekend compared to the first and second-day collection at the box office crossing a mark of Rs 5 crore.
The weekend figures will determine the fate of the movie in near future. Seeing the low pace of movie among the audience Omung Kumar said to Zoom TV that he never make films for awards.
The biopic of SARBJIT holds something valuable something more than emotions and acting, owing to that, Uttar Pradesh government made the flick tax-free in the state. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan thanked the state government for the same.
Sarbjit 3rd Day Collection
“Sarbjit” is struck by positive words of mouth with most of them appreciating Randeep Hooda and Aishwarya for their bold and pragmatic work in the movie. Though some critics (very few in numbers) find it a mawkish melodrama and somewhat screechy, yet the movie is said to be much more than just tears and hardships, it is about having touching emotional moments both sad and happy.
Weekend figures will define the upcoming journey for “Sarbjit” and if you haven’t watched it yet, go grab a seat and experience the happiness and pain yourself.
Sarbjit 1st Sunday Box Office Collection – Rs. 5 Cr*.
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