Dhoom 3 26th Day Box Office Collections – 296.45 Crore in India Only
By Goher Iqbal Punn, Film Critic & Entertainment Analyst, Showbiz Bites
Dhoom 3 26th day box office collections are out and they clearly reveal that the movie is not going to back home in near future, as it still is going strong even it has spent 26 days at the box office. Wow! The film is still potentially a great content that the viewers prefer it to other movies. The fact of the matter is that post Dhoom 3, still there is no good movie of its caliber. This is because Dhoom 3 has been receiving positive edge over all other recently released movies. Last year’s last month’s biggest release is undoubtedly the colossal release of 2013 and will be among the biggies of 2014 for sure. The makers released the film with planning that it got the edge in 2013 and also has been receiving positive response and the biggie title in 2014 as well.
Dhoom 3 has crossed more than 500 crores worldwide and this is the biggest business ever for any Bollywood movie. As per reports, the film has crossed more than 525 crore worldwide (this is not the actual figure, actual could vary – might be less or higher). Dhoom 3 26th day box office collections are 1.04 crore that is really an alluring and attention-grabbing business for sure.
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