Deepika Padukone’s Padmaavat Set to Earn 19 Crore in India Only on 1st Day

Padmaavat 1st day collection is fully geared up to earn 17 to 19 crore in domestic market only

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

Padmaavat 1st day collection Deepika Padukone’s Padmaavat releases today with big oomph after the big controversies, riots, violence and cases filed against the movie. But all this gave a big edge to the movie that it opened to marvelous response from the audience. The opening of the movie is awesome and it shows that Padmaavat 1st day collection is going to be amazing. The growth of today’s shows in India reveal the film is set to make a big mark. Film got handsome advance booking and the turn out of the audiences at the ticketing windows also show the film is going to be housefull in the days to come.

Well, 1st day business in domestic market is set to earn 17 to 19 crore, which is simply brilliant. The opening weekend or the 1st weekend is geared up to impress and excite the stakeholders. Akshay Kumar has postponed his Padman to 9th February. Deepika’s film has no competition at the box office and till Padman’s release, it has giant space to earn.

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Padmaavat 1st day collection

Opening business of the film, as per reports, was 5 crore in India and it will translate into 17 to 19 crore by the time the day one’s business wraps up.

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