Simran 3rd Day Collection and Weekend Occupancy Report: Box Office Bollywood
Both Simran and Lucknow Central witnessed humongous growth after the poor opening day. Let’s talk about Kangana’s Simran first. Released across 1000 screens over the country, the film collected 2.50 crore and 3.40 crore on the respective first two days. And therefore Simran went to easily beat Farhan Akhtar’s Lucknow Central. The film did a business of 1.75 crore on Friday, following a 2.65 crore yesterday at the Box Office. So how about both films performance on first Sunday? It is as follows.
Simran Sunday / 3rd Day Occupancy Report: Bollywood Box Office Reports
After a poor day one, Simran showed a noticeable jump yesterday and held on today also. And same goes for Lucknow Central. Both films not stood up to the trade experts’ expectations but also outnumbered their Box Office predictions. Furthermore Kangana Ranaut’s Simran is creating havoc today at multiplexes despite the mixed to negative Words-Of-Mouth. While Lucknow Central also doing wonders today in Pune and Gujarat. But then since its first day collection is less than Simran, its weekend business will fall short as well.
Simran Total Weekend Collections: Indian Box Office
Looks like Simran will have another good day and all thanks goes to the strong evening shows. As per the early estimates, Simran 3rd day collection is heading towards 3.60 – 4 crore. Therefore making its weekend total Box Office collections to almost 10 crore. On another hand, Lucknow Central’s first 3 days total business should stand around 7.10 crore with the help of Sunday worth nearly 2.80 crore nett. Both films’ daywise and total weekend collections are as follows.
Friday – 2.50 crore
Saturday – 3.40 crore
Sunday – 3.60 – 4 crore
Total – 9.50 – 10 crore
Friday – 1.75 crore
Saturday – 2.65 crore
Sunday – 2.80 crore *
Total – 7.10 crore *
Most noteworthy the last two films of Kangana Ranuat were Rangoon and Katti Batti. And they did 21 crore nett and 24 crore nett respectively and went to become Box Office flops. Simran will need a strong Monday, else it will meet the same fate.