Do you know the overall collection that Ranveer Singh and Vaani Kapoor’s film have made till now? By looking at a first glance, it seems that the movie will soon enter into Rs. 100 Crore Club. Well, maybe we’re thinking a long way ahead, but that might turn into reality by looking at the recent box office collections. As per the updates pouring in, Befikre box office collection day 2 enters into the whopping Rs. 21.96 Crores till now. The film was released on December 9, 2016.
All credit goes to the entire Befikre crew as their efforts are now paying off. ‘Befikre’ stars Ranveer Singh and Vaani Kapoor. It’s quite flabbergasting to know that the film collected so much in a span of 2 days. Aditya Chopra’s Befikre box office collection day 2 shows the movie has accumulated a robust Rs. 11.60 Crores on the second day from the time it was released. As per Taran Adarsh (trade analyst) who tweeted on the film’s earnings till now, shared every minute detail of the Befikre box office collection. As per Taran, the film collected Rs. 10.36 Crore on Friday and Rs. 11.60 Crore on Saturday, making it Rs. 21.96 Crores. Also, the film was released up to 2100 screens in India alone.
Befikre Box Office Collection- The film might enter into Rs. 100 Crore club
The film stars Vaani Kapoor opposite Ranveer Singh which is a romantic comedy drama. As you might be aware of the recent failure of some romantic sequels at the box office in the recent past, filmmakers now have a great hope from this film. By looking at the Befikre box office collection day 2, they will be certainly beaming with joy.
Being a movie freak, you might be willing to get everything in detail. Well, we shall bring you every minute details of the story. Ever since the film is released, it has been distributed over 2900 screens (worldwide). The film is made on a modest budget of Rs. 70 Crores. Befikre box office collection day 2 must have given some respite to the filmmakers, but at the same time, it will be interesting to see if the film continues to make such a huge collection in the presence of the ongoing demonetization drive. Read full review at Indian Express