Dabangg 3 collection witnesses a slowdown post first week run at the box office. In the first 10 days, the latest Bollywood film of Salman Khan has earned over a total of Rs 138 crores. It seems to be failing its mark at the worldwide BO. The movie collected the most on its first three days. (Check: Good Newwz 4th Day Collection.)
On its opening Friday, it minted Rs 25.50 cr, followed by Rs 25.75 crores on Saturday, and Rs 31.90 crores on Sunday. In the first week, Dabang 3 was successful in making Rs 126.55 cr. Thereafter, the collection of Dabangg 3 started to fall down. On second Friday, it earned just Rs 4.5 cr.
Then, on Saturday, it minted Rs 3.5 cr on Saturday followed by Rs 4.75 cr on Sunday. Besides Salman, Dabanng 3 also stars Sonakshi Sinha, Saiee Manjrekar, and Kichcha Sudeep in important roles. In this film, we come to know how Salman’s character Chulbul Pandey came into being.
The director, Prabhudeva also shakes a leg with Salman in the film’s song Munna Badnam Hua. It’s probably made to compliment the Munni Badnam Hui song of the franchise. This past Friday, Akshay Kumar and Kareena Kapoor starrer Good Newwz released which is giving immense competition to Salman’s movie.
In the first three days, Good Newz made a total of Rs 39.34 cr. So, it is safe to assume that it is giving a stiff competition to Dabangg 3. Now, it looks like that Dabangg3’s fate has been sealed. It seems to be going towards a lifetime total collection of Rs 150 cr. So, it will emerge as an average (or above-average at the most).
Speaking of the overseas collection, Dabang 3 has made a total of Rs 28.5 cr or $4 million. Thus, taking its worldwide income to Rs 176 cr. It was made on a budget of Rs 125 crores which is considerably more than the previous two films of the franchise. The film was released on around 3500 screens in India.
- Dabangg 3 11th Day Collection – Rs 2 cr (updated)
- Dabangg 3 Box Office Collection 11 days total – Rs 140 crores (to be updated)
Coming to its 11th day, Dabangg 3 is registering low occupancy as the film is now faring in its second weekdays. It should see growth in the second half of the day, and it opened to just 11-12% occupancy on an average as far as the morning shows are concerned. It was 30% on Sunday.