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Pari Box Office Collection Day 3: Anushka Sharma's film is hit in its opening weekend

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 5 March 2018, 10:49 IST
Pari Box Office Collection Day 3: Anushka Sharma's film is hit in its opening weekend

Anushka Sharma starrer horror film Pari is doing the great collection at the box office and it is also has got the good response from the audience also. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh gave the box office collection report of the film and he told that the film is doing as per the expectations.

The film that released on the occasion of Holi collected 4.36 crores on its opening day, whether on the second day Saturday it collected 5.47 crores. The film was made on the budget of 18 crores and the makers have recovered 10 crores from its satellite rights itself. However, the makers need to collect more than 15 crores to get a tag of a hit at the box office.

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So in its two opening days, the film already collected 9.83 crores and seeing its upward growth the film collected 6 crores on its third day. With this, the film managed to collect 16 crores in its opening weekend. So expectations are that the film will recover its budgets from the box office in upcoming few days and it could happen that the film will manage to collect profit also.

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This is to notice that this is Anushka Sharma's third production venture after NH 10 and Phillauri. However, it is her first hardcore horror, earlier she played the role of the friendly ghost in Phillauri. The track record of Anushka Sharma's production house is going very good at the box office.

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First published: 5 March 2018, 10:28 IST
 
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