Tubelight box office collection day 9: Salman Khan film earns approx Rs 107. 32 cr

Tubelight box office collection day 9: Salman Khan film, which collected approx Rs 105 crore by Friday, witnessed a sharp dip of 50% after Tuesday, collecting Rs 12 crore. The film is not facing any massive competition at the box office on its second weekend, except Anupam Kher's Hollywood film, The Big Sick.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: July 2, 2017 5:10 pm
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Within a week of its release, Salman Khan’s Tubelight collected approx Rs 105 crore by Friday, which is much below the standards of what the superstar has been delivering for the last few years. Though a lot was expected from the Kabir Khan film, it has been a disappointment in terms of content and business. As per trade figures, the business for the film is fluctuating, yet failing to keep pace, and has been tumbling down since Wednesday. The latest report on Boxoffice India says the film collected Rs 4.75 crore in two days of its second weekend. On Friday the film managed to collect Rs 2 crore approximately and on Saturday the numbers witnessed a slight hike with Rs 2.75 crore. The total domestic collection of the film now stands at approx Rs 107.32 crore.

“#Tubelight Fri 21.15 cr, Sat 21.17 cr, Sun 22.45 cr, Mon 19.09 cr [Eid], Tue 12 cr, Wed 6.50 cr, Thu 4.50 cr. Total: ₹ 106.86 cr. India biz,” wrote Taran Adarsh on Twitter. According to Boxofficeindia, Tubelight collected Rs 2.-2.25 crore approximately on Friday.

Friday – 20,75,00,000
Saturday – 19,75,00,000
Sunday – 22,25,00,000
Monday – 18,50,00,000
Tuesday – 11,75,00,000
Wednesday – 5,75,00,000
Thursday – 4,25,00,000
Week One 1,03,00,00,000 apprx
Day Eight – 2,00,00,000
TOTAL – 1,05,00,00,000 apprx

According to various figures by trade analysts, Tubelight witnessed a sharp dip of 50%  after Tuesday, with only Rs 12 crore earning. The film is not facing any massive competition from any other Bollywood films, except Anupam Kher’s Hollywood film, The Big Sick, which released this Friday. this might bring some respite to its collections in its second weekend. Meanwhile the makers have sold the satellite rights of Tubelight for Rs 60 crore, and music rights, for Rs 20 crore.

Later this year, Salman Khan will be seen again in Tiger Zinda Hai, opposite Katrina Kaif. The film may collect more money as it is a sequel to the 2012 film, Tiger Zinda Hai.

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