PadMan Box Office Collection Day 5- The Film to Meet with Stiff Competition Ahead

PadMan box office collection day 5

PadMan box office collection day 5 Due to a sudden dip in the box office collection of Akshay Kumar’s PadMan on Monday, it seems the newly released social drama is going to stare a tough road ahead. Well, the film really needs to work harder to remain steady in the business. By looking at all the ups and downs, the film has to pass the litmus test for the coming week, before anything can be predicted.

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Earlier, PadMan had a great start where the film collected over Rs 500 Crore at the box office, at the end of day 4. For now, the movie needs to wait at least some more time to become stable in its collection.

PadMan box office collection day 5
PadMan box office collection day 5 | Image Credit: YouTube

It will be nothing wrong here to say that Akshay Kumar has truly discovered what it is going to work for him. This is the reason why he is more interested doing films leaving a social message.

As you might remember, the dashing actor had earlier raised awareness among the masses on cleanliness through his last film- Toilet: Ek Prem Katha. And now, with PadMan, he has again done something incredible by pressing the right button. The recently released movie has hit the silence, talking about menstrual hygiene.

Well, the film is not only based covering a real story but also leaves a message to the general audience about maintaining their menstrual hygiene. PadMan is more like a social drama and has been directed by R Balki.

PadMan box office collection day 5- The film is doing a fair business for now

The film not only collected Rs 10.26 crore on the opening day but also maintained its winning streak by collecting almost Rs 13.65 crore on Saturday. The film collected Rs 16.11 crore on Sunday (Feb 11, 2018).

Earlier, we made PadMan box office prediction where we predicted that the film will be collecting almost Rs 13 crore. If we discuss about PadMan box office collection day 5, then the results are not so much astonishing but we really hope so for the future.

PadMan box office collection day 5
PadMan box office collection day 5 | Image Credit: YouTube

The movie registered a collection of Rs 5.87 crore on Monday itself. This is the crucial time for the film, as R.Balki’s creation needs to clear the litmus test for the coming week. And only then, the film will be able to enter into the second week.

Now, you might be wondering about our optimistic approach about the film. Well, this is because the coming week sees some more films to be released that includes Manoj Bajpayee and Sidharth Malhotra’s Aiyaary. It will be released on Feb 16.

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This is where Akshay Kumar’s PadMan will have a real test. It is likely to be seen whether the audience prefers to watch PadMan, or opt for another one which is going to be an action thriller. Well, this is the valentine’s week and everybody wants to spread the love across the web.

PadMan happens to be a social drama that has been created under the banner of Funny Bones productions. The film has been released in no less than 50 countries across the world. PadMan is also released in some other countries like Ivory Coast, Russia and in Iraq.

PadMan box office collection day 5-

Nett trade figure- Rs 6 crore


Total Collection

Rs 45.92 Crore- Nett Figure
Rs 51.25 Crore Nett Trading Figure

PadMan witnessed a growth of almost 5% in terms of box office collections. It might be due to the occasion of ‘Mahashivratri’, as many people had a partial holiday.


Padman Box Office Collection Day 4

Rs 5.75 Crore Nett as Trade Figure
Rs 5.87 Crore Nett as Producer Figure


Day 3 collection

Rs 16 Crore Nett Trade Figure
16.11 Crore Nett Producer Figure


Padman Box Office Collection Day 2

Rs 13.5 Crore Nett Trade Figure
Rs 13.68 Crore producer Figure


Padman Box Office Collection Day 1

Rs 10 Crore Trade Figure
Rs 10.26 Crore Producer Figure


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