Shahrukh Khan isn't happy with Dilwale's Box Office performance in India
Shahrukh and Kajol In Dillwale

Dilwale 11th Day Collection: Rohit Shetty’s Dilwale had a low 2nd Monday with the collection of around 3.5 crores.

This was pretty much on the cards for SRK and Kajol starer Dilwale after having an average second weekend. Early reports indicate that Dilwale had a big fall on its 11th day at the domestic Box Office. The movie registered the lowest collection day since its release. As per early reports coming up, Dilwale 11th day collection is around 3.5 crores.

Dilwale Box Office Collection

Dilwale 1st weekend collection: 65.09 crores (3rd Highest of 2015)
Dilwale 1st Week Collection: 102.65 crores (3rd Highest of 2015)
Dilwale 2nd Weekend Collection: 21.23 Crores ( 66% Less than its first week)
Dilwale 11th Day Collection: 3.5
Dilwale Total Collection: 127.38 crores 

With a collection of 127.38 crores, Dilwale is the 4th highest grosser of Bollywood in 2015. The movie is just behind Bajrangi Bhaijaan (320.5 crores), PRDP (208 crores) and TWMR (152 crores), and is expected to close in as fifth Highest Grosser as Bajirao Mastani will soon overtake Dilwale in this list.

Even though Dilwale is SRK’s sixth 100 Crores film, it performed poorly as compared to his last two movies- Chennai Express (227 crores) and Happy New Year (203 crores). The movie is Varun Dhawan’s second 100 Crore grosser after ABCD 2, which stands 6th in the list of highest grosser of Bollywood 2015.

Considering the poor performance, we expect the movie to continue its struggle in coming days. Dilwale will surely fall short of 200 crores, a figure achieved by SRK’s last two release Chennai Express (227 crores) and Happy New Year (203 crores). 

Dilwale 11th Day Collection Report: 2nd Monday Box Office stoops to a new low
SRK, Kajol, Varun and Kriti in Dilwale

The movie may wrap up its Box Office journey by the end of this week with the lifetime collection of around 145 crores. It will be interesting to see how Dilwale performs on New Year (3rd Weekend) because it is the last chance left for the movie to grab few more crores before wrapping up its business.

Despite its average performance, Dilwale is in the safe zone because of Red Chillies’ marketing and distribution plan. The movie has already recovered its budget of 130 crores through satellite and music rights.

What are your views on Dilwale Box Office performance? Do you think the movie is largely affected by its clash with Bajirao Mastani? Share your views with us in the comments section.

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