Padmaavat Box Office Collection Day 10 : Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Magnum Opus ‘Padmaavat’ (Padmavati) stays strong even in the second week and is all set to enter the 200 crore club today.
Box Office Collection Day 10.
The efforts and the work of lead actors Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh and Shahid Kapoor have been immensely appreciated by the audiences and it can be seen in the Box Office Collection also. Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmaavat is expected to break the record of his Bajirao Mastani with the Saturday’s Collection and expected to enter the 200 crore club adding Sunday’s Collection. Trade Analyst Taran Adarsh mentioned about this in his tweet giving the details.
Detailed break up of the Box Office Collection.
1. 24th January – (Paid preview) – 5crore
2. 25th January – Thursday- 19 crore
3. 26th January – Friday – 32 crore
4. 27th January – Saturday – 27 crore
5. 28th January – Sunday – 31 crores
6. 29th January – Monday – 15 crores
7. 30th January – Tuesday – 14 crores
8. 1st February – Wednesday – 12.5 crores
9. 2nd February – Thursday – 11 crores
10. 3rd February – Friday – 10 crores
Total :- 176.5 crores
Karni Sena takes back its oppose from Padmaavat.
The film Padmaavat was full of controversy and greatly opposed since its making. The Rajput Karni Sena opposed the movie on the grounds of destroying the reputation of The Rajput Dynasty. During its shooting they even ended up in a fight with Sanjay Leela Bhansali. The film was originally going to be released on 1st December. But due to the ban laid on it and severe opposition it was finally released on 25th January. However the film has still not been released in Gujarat, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh.
But now Karni Sena has withdrawn their oppose in writing saying the film only glorifies the Rajputana culture, and asked to release the movie even the remaining 3 states with an assurance that the release will be peaceful and without any oppose from anyone. The film is expected to make its way to the screens of these States also and it is expected to do a massive business breaking a lot of records.