Krrish 3 Breaks Chennai Express’ Lifetime Collections Record – 228.25 Crore Earned

By Kalpana Mathur, Showbiz Bites Staff Writer

kangana-hrithik-krrish3-showbizbitesKrrish 3 15th day box office collections of Krrish 3 3rd Friday box office collections makes one thing very clear and bring up the top happiest news for the film’s lovers, distributors and the cast and crew. Why? This is because the film has broken the record of Shah Rukh Khan’s Chennai Express. This is what happened that Krrish 3 has broken the lifetime collections of Chennai Express on its 3rd Friday. The movie earned 2.40 crore on 15th day at domestic box office. Although the business dropped significantly on 15th day due to the big release Ram Leela, but the overall domestic collections of the movie broke the lifetime collections of SRK’s Chennai Express. Hrithik Roshan’s Krrish 3 earned 228.25 crores at domestic box office.

Khan’s Chennai Express had made the historical record by collecting 226.70 crore at domestic box office as its lifetime collections, but now Krrish 3 makes 228.25 crores in just 15 days. The business of the movie is now dropped, but it appears that the film will make around 240 crore something as its lifetime business in India after checking Krrish 3 15th day box office collections. Krrish 3 3rd Friday box office collections reveal the business of the film is now not great due to Ram Leela, but it will keep continuing nonetheless.


You have read Krrish 3 15th day box office collections report and also learnt about Krrish 3 3rd Friday box office collections. Thus, yopu may come back to read about the future business of the film i.e. Krrish 3 16th day box office collections at this website. Meanwhile, you can read other stories like Skin Show in Bollywood Movies (our new column by film critic Goher Iqbal Punn), Ram Leela 1st day box office collections, Pratyusha Banerjee gets evicted from Bigg Boss Season 7 and Arrambam 16th day box office collections.

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