Jai Gangaajal 1st Week Collection: 7 days Box Office Report
Priyanka in Jai Gangaajal

Jai Gangaajal 1st Week Collection: Priyanka Chopra starrer Jai Gangaajal had an average opening week with the collection of around 29 crores.

Priyanka Chopra and Prakash Jha starrer Jai Gangaajal had an average opening week at the domestic Box Office. The expectations were big from the movie but the poor marketing and promotions have severely affected the movie at the Box Office. Despite the positive WOM, the movie hasn’t been able to pick up at the Box Office after a low opening day. After an average opening weekend with the collection of 19.25 crores, the movie saw a significant drop on Tuesday and remain stable thereafter. As per the early reports, Jai Gangaajal collected around 1.8 crores on the 7th day to take the first week total to 29 crores. Jai Gangaajal is now the 6th highest opening week grosser of 2016 behind Airlift, KKHH3, Wazir, Neerja and Ghayal Once Again. (Read: Box Office Report 2016)

Jai Gangaajal Box Office Collection: Day-wise report

Jai Gangaajal 1st day collection: 5.5 crores (6th highest of 2016)
Jai Gangaajal 2nd day collection: 6.25 crores
Jai Gangaajal 3rd day collection: 6.5 crores
Jai Gangaajal 1st weekend collection: 19.25 crores (6th highest of 2016)
Jai Gangaajal 4th day collection: 3.75 crores
Jai Gangaajal 5th day collection: 2.5 crores
Jai Gangaajal 6th day collection: 2.01 crores
Jai Gangaajal 7th day collection: 1.8 crores
Jai Gangaajal 1st week collection: 29 crores (6th highest of 2016)

Jai Gangaajal has performed decently well in mass centers like CI, Uttar Pradesh, and Bihar. In multiplexes and metros like Delhi and Mumbai, the movie had a below average performance.

Jai Gangaajal Budget and Box Office Analysis
The production cost of the movie is around 20 crores while another 10 crores were spent on advertising, printing and promotions. Thus, the total budget of the movie is 30 crores. The movie has almost recovered its budget and will end up with the lifetime collection of around 35 crores. Verdict: Average