Dilwale 2nd Week Collection: Dilwale had a below average second week with the collection of 31.53 crores.
No one would have thought this two weeks back that a masala movie with an iconic pair of SRK and Kajol will struggle in front of a historical drama. But, is is happening on Indian Box Office. Rohit Shetty’s Dilwale had a poor second week at the domestic Box Office. It was all going great as the movie collected 102.65 crores in its first week. But, the tables turned in opposite direction. Dilwale wasn’t able to gain any momentum during Christmas weekend and has been struggling since then. The movie collected around 2.2 crores on its 14th day thus taking its total collection tally to 134.28 crores.
Dilwale may be struggling at the domestic Box Office but the movie is performing exceptionally well in overseas. Dilwale has already grossed 300 crores at worldwide Box Office. The movie is the biggest Bollywood blockbuster in overseas.
Considering the current trend, we expect Dilwale to wrap up its Box Office journey with the lifetime collection of around 150 crores. The expectations were huge from SRK and Rohit Shetty as their last movie Chennai Express was a blockbuster at the Box Office.
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.
Read: Dilwale Movie Review
Dilwale second week collection: Day-wise update
Dilwale 1st weekend collection: 65.09 crores (7th Highest of 2015)
Dilwale 1st week collection: 102.65 crores (4th highest of 2015)
Dilwale 8th day collection: 8.11 crores
Dilwale 9th day collection: 6 crores
Dilwale 10th day collection: 7.12 crores
Dilwale 2nd Weekend Collection: 21.23 crores
Dilwale 11th day collection: 3.2 crores
Dilwale 12th day collection: 2.7 crores
Dilwale 13th day collection: 2.3 crores
Dilwale 14th day collection: 2.2 crores
Dilwale 2nd week Collection: 31.63 crores
Dilwale total collection: 134.28 crores
Dilwale is currently the 5th highest grosser of 2015 after Bajrangi Bhaijaan (320 crores), Prem Ratan Dhan Payo (208 crores), Tanu Weds Manu Returns (152 crores) and Bajirao Mastani (141.5 crores). The movie may beat TWMR to become the 4th highest grosser of the year.
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