Released on 7 December, the love story set in the backdrop of 2013 Uttarakhand catastrophe, Kedarnath crosses the 50 crore mark on its 10th day of release. Kedarnath box office collection day 10 has been phenomenal. On the second Sunday, the film showed a decent growth and bagged ₹ 5.33 cr. Earlier the film showed a strong grip on the second weekend despite new releases, especially the Hollywood biggie Aquaman, reduction in the number of screens and shows, and of course blah reviews. The earning of Kedarnath on Monday makes it reach a good overall total of ₹ 54.21 cr. (India).
This is very surprising that the film showed an upward trend despite all odds. We expect that the film will comfortably raches to the ₹ 60 cr mark in weekdays.
Fri 2.50 cr,
Sat 3.93 cr,
Sun 5.33 cr.
Total: ₹ 54.21 cr. (India)
Kedarnath BO Collections Weekwise:
Week 1: ₹ 42.45 cr
Weekend 2: ₹ 11.76 cr
Total: ₹ 54.21 cr (India)
Day Wise Box Office Collections of Kedarnath
After registering healthy three days, Kedarnath passes the crucial test, which was Monday. Released on 7 December, the love romance set in the backdrop of the Kedarnath flood disaster of 2013, had good three days at the box office and earned a fantastic total of ₹ 27. 75 crore. The film did not stop here and had a healthy first Monday, which we think is commendable because Monday is a working day and 90% of films witness fall in numbers on the day no matter how big they are. It earns ₹ 4.25 cr on Monday taking its total to a very good mark of ₹ 32 crore. Kedarnath box office collection day 4 is undoubtedly healthy keeping the fact in mind that it’s getting a nack and nack competition from the last week release 2.0. If the film sails through well on weekdays, it will surely be a hit easily.
Kedarnath Box Office Collection Day 4 At A Glance:
Fri ₹ 7.25 cr
Sat ₹ 9.75 cr
Sun ₹ 10.75 cr
Monday ₹ 4.25 cr.
Total: ₹ 32 cr. India biz.
Kedarnath movie cast: Sushant Singh Rajput, Sara Ali Khan, Nishant Dahiya, Nitish Bharadwaj, Pooja Gor, Alka Amin
Kedarnath movie director: Abhishek Kapoor