Tubelight Second Day Occupancy, Box Office Collections Report Card

Tubelight Saturday Box Office collection: Third day collection prediction

Seems like the pre Eid time frame is affecting the collections of Salman Khan’s Tubelight to a great extent. The film managed to collect 21 crore on opening day, which is only an average opening for a Salman Khan movie. However, at the same time it is the highest Bollywood opening day of 2017 and the seventh highest for the superstar. Well, the Kabir Khan directorial witnessed the same kind of fate on its second day.

Tubelight second day occupancy report for morning, noon, afternoon and night shows

Much like the opening day, Tubelight began its morning shows with a weak occupancy of 30-45% on Saturday. However, the noon and afternoon shows saw a high growth with the occupancy of 60-75%. And the night shows were kept aside to do the wonders as in many circuits the occupancy for late night shows went to 80-90%. Shows in Pune, Bangalore, Punjab and Delhi are reported to perform excellently.

Tubelight 2nd day Box Office collection

Despite a weak opening in the morning hours, Tubelight is most likely to collect more than Friday. Positive to excellent response from the moviegoers increased the occupancy in the evening and night shows and took it to another level. And with all these things, the early estimate suggested that the second day collection of Tubelight would be 20+ crore.

Tubelight Sunday collection prediction

Tubelight will definitely witness a high jump on the third day. After all this will be the first holiday for the film after 2 normal working days in pre Eid time frame. The numbers should be around 28 crore that is expected to take the weekend collection near to 70 crore. However, these three days average collection will not decide Tubelight’s fate, as Eid onwards the full fledge audiences will rush to the theatres. Again the advance booking for Eid day and post Eid days are too high. And all eyes are on the same.

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