Though Hollywoodd film Dwayne Johnson starrer Jumanji 2 is leading the show, even Rani Mukerji starrer Mardaani 2 is keeping a solid competition at the box office.
The Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson starrer Jumanji 2 was loved by the audience as the action drama is showing strong legs at the box office. The action drama already collected Rs 1.25 crore on the Thursday paid previews. The earnings went up on the first day report with Rs 5.05 crore. There was a good growth on Saturday with Rs 8.35 crore followed by a good Sunday with Rs 10.10 crore. On Monday, the earnings held well with Rs 3.01 crores followed by Rs 2.74 crore on Tuesday.
Since the family audience is enjoy the action drama, there was hardly any drop on Wednesday. As per early estimates, the action drama showed stability with Rs 2.45 crore, bringing the 6 days total to Rs 32.85 crore.
Rani Mukerji scored well with her the her first film of 2019 as Mardaani 2 impressed both the audience and the critics. The crime drama had a low start in the morning shows across India, ranging from 8-10% but reviews were extremely positive as per BookMyShow.com, which helped the earning grow well in the evening and night shows defeating the opening day collections of Mardaani (Rs 3.40 crore) and collect Rs 3.80 crore. The earnings went up by Rs 6.55 crore. The earnings were superb on Sunday with Rs 7.80 crore.
Though the opening is below expectations as it faced the Hollywood big release, Dwayne “The Rock” starrer Jumanji : The Next Level and the footfalls was strong in the multiplexes across urban centers with a good hold on Monday, collecting Rs 2.80 crore. The earnings were stable on Tuesday with Rs 2.60 crore followed by solid Rs 2.35 bringing the 6 days total to Rs 26 crore. Mardaani 2 is directed by Gopi Puthran who also wrote the original film and is being produced by Aditya Chopra. Mardaani 2 is made on a budget of Rs 30 Crore (Production Cost: 20 Crore & Prints & Advertising Cost: 10 Crore)
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