Parmanu Box Office Collection Day 7: Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran is near to cross its second weekend. The movie collection Rs 32.17 Cr till Wednesday, it impresses the audience by its script and real story. John Abraham and Diana Penty acting also loved by the audience, hopefully, it will maintain its momentum. Let see will the new release of Bollywood Veere Di Wedding and Bhavesh Joshi Superhero dip the earning of Parmanu.
John Abraham said that:
“Sometimes films are made for commercial reasons, and sometimes a film is made because the story needs to be told. And Parmanu is a story that needs to be told,”
“I am thankful to audience and media because they have appreciated our film. Abhishek (Sharma) and me, both of us are feeling very relieved and happy that this film worked at the box-office.”
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Parmanu is a story real event based story, it revolves around the nuclear power testing conducted by the Indian Army in 1998 in Pokhran, Rajasthan. John Abraham played the lead role of Army officer Ashwat Rana and Diana Penty played the role of Army member Ambalika. The story is full of emotions and action drama.
Parmanu box office collection day 7
Abhishek Sharma directorial started with a slow earning at the box office with the collection of Rs 4.82 Cr on its opening day (Friday). The movie is near to cross Rs 50 Cr let see will it crosses 50 Cr on its second weekend. The film earns Rs 3.24 Cr on its seventh day with the total of Rs 35.41 Cr.
Trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted that:
“#Parmanu has a GOOD Week 1… Consistently steady biz on weekdays puts it in a comfortable position… Week 2 crucial [multiple films releasing today]… Fri 4.82 cr, Sat 7.64 cr, Sun 8.32 cr, Mon 4.10 cr, Tue 3.81 cr, Wed 3.48 cr, Thu 3.24 cr. Total: ₹ 35.41 cr. India biz.”
“The initial business of the film was hit due to the recently concluded Indian Premier League but John Abraham’s film has been able to walk past the rough period with ease and will be able to put up Rs. 36 crore by the end of week one.”