Logan And Commando 2 2nd Day Collection: Check the first Saturday Box Office collection report of Logan and Commando 2.
Hollywood movie Logan is giving strong competition to Bollywood action thriller Commando 2. Logan is performing exceptionally well in multiplexes in major metro cities. Logan has received rave reviews and is being praised as the best film in the Wolverine series. Commando 2 on other hand has received poor reviews. The WOM of the general audience is also negative. Let’s have a detailed look at Logan and Commando 2 2nd day collection report.
Commando 2 2nd Day Collection Report
After a surprisingly good opening with the collection of 5.14 crores (all versions), Commando 2 saw a drop in collections on its first Saturday and 4.42 crores. Poor reviews and negative WOM have started affected the film. The first two days collection of Commando 2 till date is as followed:
First Day: 5.14 crores
Second Day: 4.42 crores.
After two days the total collection of the movie stands at 9.56 crores. With no chances of growth, it seems that the movie will wrap up the Box Office journey this week with the lifetime collection of 20 crores.
Logan 2nd Day Collection Report
Logan is the last film for Hugh Jackman in which he is portraying Wolverine. The buzz for the movie was huge before release which has resulted in a good opening at the Box Office. After a good opening day with the collection of 4.75 crores, the movie saw decent growth on Saturday. As per the early reports, Logan 2nd day collection is around 5.5 crores. The movie now stands with a collection of 10.25 crores* at the Indian box office, including all versions.
Logan has received rave reviews and is being praised as the best film in the Wolverine series. With this kind of response, the movie is expected to grow further on Sunday.
Once again, it’s a Hollywood movie which has opened better than a Bollywood movie. This has been the case for the last two years. Hollywood movies have performed exceptionally well in India. Last year, the third highest grosser was ‘The Jungle Book’.
Note: Estimated numbers.