Day 2 early report: Dunki box office collection: Shah Rukh Khan’s film experiences a significant decline in revenue

Box office receipts for Dunki: The Shah Rukh Khan movie experienced a sharp decline on its second day of sales following its Rs 29 crore opening on Thursday.

Dunki box office collection Day 2 early report: Shah Rukh Khan's film sees  a huge dip in earnings | Bollywood News - The Indian Express


Dunki, starring Shah Rukh Khan, is only in theaters for two days, and already the movie is having trouble drawing in a consistent crowd. The movie’s earnings on its second day saw a sharp decline after earning Rs 29 crore on its opening day (Thursday) in India.

Early estimates, released at 8 p.m. by trade tracker Sacnilk, predict that the Rajkumar Hirani movie will bring in approximately Rs 14.63 crore nett on Friday, bringing its total Indian box office receipts to Rs 43.63 crore. The movie’s occupancy rate in the Hindi-speaking region of the nation was lower, at 25.20 percent. The explosive opening of action-thriller Salaar, starring Prashanth Neel, is to blame for this decline in the movie’s box office receipts. Starring Prabhas, the movie debuted with a gross collection of around Rs 135 crore in India. Globally, the film is expected to earn over Rs 175 crore on its opening day.

Dunki Box Office Collection Day 2: Shah Rukh Khan-starrer fails to match  Salaar's opening day collections despite two days of earning | Zee Business

Red Chillies Entertainment claims that Dunki has so far brought in a total of Rs 58 crore from sales across the globe. For the movie, the next Christmas weekend is very important. It would be difficult for the film to gain traction in theaters until the New Year’s weekend if it doesn’t perform well over the weekend.

Audience reaction to the film, which also stars Taapsee Pannu, Vicky Kaushal, and Boman Irani in important roles, has been conflicted, which has resulted in a muted box office response. Shubhra Gupta of The Indian Express called the film “a crashing bore.” “The writing is shockingly flat: whatever happened to the Hirani-Abhijat Joshi zest?” she wrote in her 1.5-star review. Vicky Kaushal is the only one who makes an impression his brief but memorable arc reminds you of the earlier Hirani who could make you laugh and cry. But this one? No fun, sorry hun.”


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