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Bharat box office collection Day 11: Salman Khan starrer is steady

Bharat box office collection Day 11: After a blistering run at the box office, this Salman Khan starrer is struggling in its second week. It has earned Rs 182.85 crore so far.

By: Entertainment Desk | New Delhi | Updated: June 16, 2019 3:52:35 pm
Bharat box office collection Day 11 Bharat box office collection Day 11: This Salman Khan starrer is slowing down.

Salman Khan’s Bharat, after a blistering run at the box office, is struggling in its second week. It has earned Rs 182.85 crore so far, according to Bollywood Hungama.

Bharat is directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, who also helmed Tiger Zinda Hai and Sultan.

The film had taken full advantage of Eid and the extended weekend to amass Rs 42.30 crore on the first day itself. Its first week total stood at Rs 167.60 crore.

Katrina Kaif plays the female lead of Bharat. Tabu, Sunil Grover, Disha Patani and Jackie Shroff also star in the film. Bharat is based on 2014 South Korean film Ode to My Father.

Salman recently opened up on the success of the film. He said, “I am very happy with the film doing really really well. Everyone’s work is being appreciated. I have not done these many interviews to promote the film that I am doing now. But it’s okay because all those people who have watched the film and liked it, this is to say a big thank you to them. People, who have gone to watch the film, are doing a good job by talking good about the film and encouraging others to watch it. But if people haven’t watched the film and they are not taking these people seriously, then I, myself, am going to say that go and watch it. It’s a good film.”

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    15:50 (IST)16 Jun 2019
    Bharat leaves audience emotional

    @ForBeingAziz wrote, "And #Bharat has been watched finally!Saw my love @BeingSalmanKhan on big screen exactly after a year. 17th june last year watched race3 and ab sidha aaj 16th June! Can't wait to watch it again with family! 90's ke Bharat ne Rulaa diya!This act has to be amongst his all time best."

    15:22 (IST)16 Jun 2019
    Katrina Kaif on Bharat character Kumud Raina

    Overwhelmed with the positive response to her movie, Katrina Kaif told DNA, “There is a lot of heart and passion behind the decision to make this film. I loved the script from day one. It was a joy to be on the sets. I was having such a good time playing the character; I felt confident that people would respond positively to it. I was able to find enjoyment and connection with the character,” said Katrina who essays the role of Ms Kumud Raina, an employment consultant in Bharat.

    14:44 (IST)16 Jun 2019
    Katrina Kaif on Bharat

    14:11 (IST)16 Jun 2019
    Bharat: Salman Khan thanks audience

    "Big thk u sabko fr giving sabse bada opening mere career ka par what made me the happiest & proudest is ki during a scene in my film jab national anthem is recited ev1 stood up as a mark of respect. There could be no bigger respect for our country than this... Jai Hind🙏 #Bharat" tweeted Salman Khan after Bharat's release.

    13:40 (IST)16 Jun 2019
    Bharat: Sunil Grover meets Bollywood inspired family

    Bharat actor Sunil Grover met a family at the airport who had named their three kids after Shah Rukh Khan, Akshay Kumar and Salman Khan. The actor tweeted, "#Bharat is amazing Met this beautiful family at the airport. And our love for cinema can’t get bigger than this."

    13:03 (IST)16 Jun 2019
    Bharat: Disha Patani thank fans for showering love on 'Slow Motion'
    12:25 (IST)16 Jun 2019
    Bharat is Katrina Kaif's best performance

    "Finally watched #Bharat I had tears in almost every emotion scenes and if I talk about #KatrinaKaif she had nailed it I can this is her career’s best performance.. I think she deserves all the love @BeingSalmanKhan is supervv @aliabbaszafar @SKFilmsOfficial @TSeries Must watch!" wrote @itsgufranaadeez

    12:02 (IST)16 Jun 2019
    Bharat shows growth on second Saturday

    Trade analyst Sumit Kadel tweeted, "#Bharat Second Saturday- ₹ 6.40-6.50 cr nett . (60% growth compared to Friday) . Total- ₹ 188.40 cr nett."

    11:41 (IST)16 Jun 2019
    Bharat's box office affected by World Cup 2019

    "#Bharat would have already crossed 200 crores but #WCW19 affected the collections a lot, but no worries because #KabirSingh has been rated as an A-Rated film so many families will go watch Bharat next weekend (3rd Weekend). Now the lifetime will be between 210-220 crores. ❤" @aunnabbas_ tweeted.

    11:20 (IST)16 Jun 2019
    Bharat team wishes a Happy Father's Day
    10:52 (IST)16 Jun 2019
    Bharat is a special film

    "#Bharat is a special film for #SalmanKhan .
    Its different and out of his comfort zone .Bhai always believed to be single screen mass hero bt #Bharat completely changed d perception .This tym he is getting love from class audiance of multiplex and winner at Bo.
    HIT" wrote Salman Khan fan @AmitLalwani.

    10:30 (IST)16 Jun 2019
    Bharat to suffer due to India vs Pakistan worldcup match

    Trade analyst Raj Bansal wrote, "The Box office fate of #Bharat today totally depends on #IndiaVsPakistan match. The chances of Rain are very high as per weather forecast."

    10:05 (IST)16 Jun 2019
    Salman Khan thanks journalists

    Salman Khan thanked journalist for supporting Bharat. He wrote, "To all the journalists who have interviewed me during #Bharat ... a big thank u to all..."

    09:45 (IST)16 Jun 2019
    Salman Khan organises special Bharat screening

    Salman Khan took to Twitter and wrote, "Special screening of #Bharat for the real families who experienced the events of 1947 and the partition. Honoured to meet all of them! Salute to the real #Bharat families" 

    09:26 (IST)16 Jun 2019
    Bharat is the seventh highest Salman Khan grosser overseas

    Journalist Hemant Mankad wrote, "#Bharat overseas extended opening week: $8.60 Million (60.05 cr). Will end it's international run in phase 1 of release around $10.50 Million (Rs 73.32 cr) mark. It will be the 7th highest grosser of @BeingSalmanKhan overseas after #BB, #Sultan, #TZH, #PRDP, #Race3 and #Kick."

    09:06 (IST)16 Jun 2019
    Bharat continues to receive heartwarming response in UAE

    Journalist Mahwash Ajaz wrote, "Second week and #Bharat is still running almost house full here in the #UAE."

    08:42 (IST)16 Jun 2019
    Will Bharat cross Rs 200 crore today?

    Trade analyst Sumit Kadel tweeted details on Bharat's earning so far and the categories it would fall in.

    08:20 (IST)16 Jun 2019
    Bharat to stay strong on Sunday

    Trade analyst Raj Bansal tweeted, "#Bharat is very strong today."

    07:55 (IST)16 Jun 2019
    Will Bharat cross Rs 200 crore mark?

    Film trade analyst Sumit Kadel posted on Twitter, "#Bharat FANTASTIC growth on Second Saturday"

    Bharat received mixed reviews. The Indian Express' film critic Shubhra Gupta gave it 2.5 stars. She wrote, "The good thing about the film, despite its eye-roll moments, is its attempt to create an ‘ordinary’ man without any particular skills. And the underlining of a nation which belongs to us all. Vilayati, played excellently by Grover, is a Muslim. The dialogue may be over-the-top but it takes us back to the time when pan-Indian films would speak fearlessly about dosti and bhaichara amongst sworn enemies, about how people are the same everywhere, and that the Partition hasn’t divided dils, which still beat for each other. Yes, it’s all very Bajrangi Bhaijaan, and all very ‘filmi’, haha, but who doesn’t love the idea of long-separated loved ones being reunited? Treacle it may be, but the tears are real. And moving: my eyes were moist, even when I knew I was being played.

    She added, "Yes, it’s hard to believe that a 70 year old can beat off four menacing young men bent upon making mincemeat of him. But then this is a Bhai movie. He staggers, but is the last man standing. But of course. He may have fixed a grey beard to his chin, but his chest still ripples. What else? In a Salman Khan movie, anything is possible, even tall tales that are meant to transcend borders."