Jolly LLB 2 Crosses 50 Crores in India, Expected to Do Well in Weekdays

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

Akshay Kumar’s latest release is on way to cross the 100 crores mark and will soon join in the bandwagon of 100 crores club. The movie deserves a lot more. It has now crossed 50 crores in just three days’ time. The opening weekend of the film brought up big results. 1st Sunday’s business was tremendous aptly as per the expectations drawn for the film. The flick earned 19.95 crores at the domestic box office on 3rd day, which is really an impressive figure.

Jolly LLB 2 1st weekend collections now reveal that the movie has landed at the sum of 50.46 crores in Indian circuit.

Film’s business is strong from Delhi and there are expectations of more good business from the tertiary. Single screens too have been producing nice business. Word of mouth is very high and this is what is being sought. Before or till the 2nd weekend the film is expected to cross 100 crores mark. Seeing at Jolly LLB 2 1st weekend collections, it appears the business may be good in weekdays though the drops will be seen.

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