Jolly LLB 2 Does Fabulous on 1st Day – Analysis and BO Details

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

Jolly LLB 2 1st day collections came up showing the brilliance. The film turned out to be Akshay Kumar’s 7th highest opener in his film career so far. The opening occupancy of the movie too was good at the box office. The film opened with handsome numbers on its 1st day. It is a courtroom comedy drama that is appealing to the masses. Since Akshay Kumar has good amount of fan following, the movie is expected to do well on its opening day. Let’s wait and see its performance at the box office during Saturday and Sunday’s business.

The movie collected 13.20 crores on its first day i.e. 1st Friday in Indian circuit. No doubt, the expectations are high for good business in next two days, which is opening weekend.

The film opened better than Holiday, Airlift and Gabbar is Back. If we talk about Brothers and Rustom, they had done well than this movie. Jolly LLB 1st day collections are nonetheless handsome.

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