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‘Welcome Back’ on an upward trend, rakes in Rs 17.05 cr on Saturday

Filmmaker Anees Bazmee’s comedy film 'Welcome Back' saw an upward trend with its collections and earned as much Rs 17.05 cr on Saturday (September 5).

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi |
September 6, 2015 4:32:17 pm
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Filmmaker Anees Bazmee’s comedy film ‘Welcome Back’, which is a sequel to the 2007 movie ‘Welcome’, saw an upward trend with its collections and earned as much Rs 17.05 cr on Saturday (September 5).

Trade Analyst Taran Adarsh took to Twitter to share the information.

The movie, which features John Abraham, Shruti Haasan, Anil Kapoor, Naseeruddin Shah, Nana Patekar, Paresh Rawal and Dimple Kapadia, had minted Rs 14.35 cr on its opening day. (Read: ‘Welcome Back’ hits a bullseye at box office, collects Rs.14.35 crore on opening day)

‘Welcome Back’, which did not have any other big films clashing at the box office, is now expected to have an even better week. The sequel to the 2007 film is the comeback vehicle for actor Shiney Ahuja, who had faded into obscurity after he was embroiled in a legal case.

Shiney is seen essaying the “spoilt” son of Naseeruddin, who plays a blind don named “Wanted Bhai” in the film.

(‘Welcome Back’ movie review)

‘Welcome Back’ is also going strong at the overseas box office.

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