After enjoying an exemplary second weekend, it was inevitable that Kaabil would surpass Agneepath’s domestic box-office collections, despite the huge drop on day thirteen. And, due to a small but surprising spike in collections, the film brought in Rs. 3.05 crore nett on its second Tuesday, edging past the lifetime total of Agneepath.
|Day-Wise||Collections in Nett (INR)|
|Day One (Wednesday)||10.43 crore|
|Day Two (Thursday/National Holiday)||18.67 crore|
|Day Three (Friday)||9.77 crore|
|Day Four (Saturday/Weekend)||13.54 crore|
|Day Five (Sunday/Weekend)||15.05 crore|
|Day Six (Monday)||6.04 crore|
|Day Seven (Tuesday)||6.10 crore|
|Day Eight (Wednesday)||5.70 crore|
|Day Nine (Thursday)||5.25 crore|
|Day Ten (Friday)||6.40 crore|
|Day Eleven (Saturday/Weekend)||9.22 crore|
|Day Twelve (Sunday/Weekend)||11.88 crore|
|Day Thirteen (Second Monday)||2.97 crore|
|Day Fourteen (Second Tuesday)||3.05 crore|
The Sanjay Gupta film now stands as Hrithik Roshan’s third-highest domestic grosser of all time, behind Krrish 3 and Bang Bang, and should complete its lifetime run at that position, with collections in the 130-135 crore range.
|Film||Collections in Nett (INR)|
|Krrish 3||244 crore|
|Bang Bang||181 crore|
Kaabil has turned out to be a solid profitable venture for all those involved.
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