Gunday 2nd Weekend Box Office Collections – Around 71 Crore in Total
By Goher Iqbal Punn, Film Critic & Entertainment Analyst, Showbiz Bites
Gunday 2nd weekend box office collections are out and they let us know that the film has been going fine at the box office by producing great results to lure with. Gunday 10th day box office collections too emerged as fine, as the film earned 3.15 crore at the domestic box office. The film got a bit boost from last days’ business and this is really fine. Gunday has crossed 100 crore business in worldwide circuit and this is also a distinction for a movie that carries relatively newcomers (as Ranveer Singh is not a big star, but definitely more prominent than newcomer Arjun kapoor). And the only big name is Priyanka Chopra is in this movie.
Gunday 2nd weekend box office collections are fine as well since the flick earns 7.90 crore in Indian market. Well, you may assess the worth of the film that in second weekend as well, it gained good business.
The break-up of Gunday’s last few days’ business is as follows:
Gunday 7th day box office collections: 3.62 crore
Gunday 8th day box office collections: 2.10 crore
Gunday 9th day box office collections: 2.65 crore
Gunday 10th day box office collections: 3.15 crore
Total Domestic Collections in 10 days: 70.37 crore
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