Sanam Re Earns 17.05 Crores on 1st Weekend

By Goher Iqbal Punn, Film Critic & Entertainment Analyst, Showbiz Bites

sanam re stillT-Series’ latest release Sanam Re 1st weekend box office collections came up fantastic showing the good growth of the movie among the viewers. Pulkit Samrat and Yami Gautam starrer thus flick of Divya Khosla Kumar has been doing fabulous in theaters flaunting off nice business so far. From the opening day to date, the box office results are worth to talk about. On its first day, the movie collected 5.04 crore and then on second day, the business was 5.56 crore in domestic market.

Sanam Re 1st Sunday box office collections are superlative, as the movie earned 6.45 crore. Since it was Valentine’s Day, the business on Sunday witnessed a boost.

Three days business break-up in domestic market is as follows:

Day One: 5.04 crores

Day Two: 5.56 crores

Day Three: 6.45 crores

Total Collections: 17.05 crores

sanam re 1st weekend box office collections

Sanam Re 1st weekend box office collections are now 17.05 crores. It shows now the film can go smoothly in weekdays. If the business drops on weekdays, it will not affect much to film’s worth.

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