Badrinath Ki Dhulhania Collects 44 Crores in Opening Weekend

By Goher Iqbal Punn – Hindi Film Critic, Columnist & Bollywood Analyst – Showbiz Bites

Karan Johar’s production and Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt’s romantic comedy Badrinath Ki Dhulhania’s opening weekend collections now reveal that the movie is here to stay and earn much to fill the pockets of the stakeholders. Well, there is no doubt at all that all the people associated with the business of this film and even the cast and crew are much happy the way the film has been designing its business at the box office. The opening weekend brought in 44 crores (approx) business in Indian market, which is simply awesome and brilliant.

The film now joins the list of the top opening weekend grosser – first is Raees (59.83 crores), second is Jolly LLB 2 (50.46 crores) and third is Badrinath Ki Dulhania (44 crores) respectively.

Since today is Holi in India, thus the film is set to make more chunks at theaters. The business is good both at multiplexes and single screens.

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The figures of Badrinath Ki Dhulhania’s opening weekend collections are estimates. The final figures will be updated once they arrive.

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