Golmaal Again 8th Day Box Office Collection 2nd Friday Occupancy

By | October 27, 2017

With every new day, Ajay Devgn’s latest released horror comedy film, Golmaal Again is breaking the records of some of the popular actors. The movie has broken the lifetime collection of Tubelight movie in just six days. AMAZING. Isn’t?

Bollywood fans are desperate to know about Golmaal Again 8th day box office collection and morning to evening occupancy of Second (2nd) Friday in India. Not only in the domestic region, the film has a brilliant response in the overseas markets too.

Trade Analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted, “#GolmaalAgain is HIGHEST OPENER of Ajay Devgn in Australia, NZ, Fiji”. This is just the starting, more records are yet to be made.

If the newly released Bollywood movies have an average response at the Box Office, then the Rohit Shetty film could easily mint Rs 200 Cr+ (lifetime) in India.


Ajay Devgn and Parineeti Chopra from Golmaal Again

Golmaal Again is the fourth installment in the Golmaal franchise, all of them are directed by Rohit Shetty who is known for his Superhit action and comedy movies. The latest one is working extremely well for the makers as the audience is loving the new concept.

Golmaal Again 2nd Friday collection or 8th day earning maintains its good reach among the fans of comedy film. The double-digit earning on weekdays till Thursday showed the excitement level of the public.

Golmaal Again 8th Day Box Office Collection 2nd Friday Occupancy 27th October 2017 Income Update

The latest horror comedy film has already become the second highest Ajay Devgn grosser after Singham Returns (Rs 140 Cr). The Diwali festival has brought a huge amount of happiness to all the actors worked in the film.

The average morning occupancy of Golmaal Again movie on the 8th day is around 15%. Secret Superstar that released on Diwali day has collected Rs 41.59 Cr in 8 days.

The Rohit Shetty directorial released on 4232+ screens Worldwide. In India, it released on 3500+ screens while in overseas, it released on 732 screens.

The movie has already collected Rs 126.94 Cr in the first six days. With this, it surpassed three Superhit films of 2017, Badrinath Ki Dulhania (Rs 116.60 Cr), Jolly LLB 2 (Rs 117 Cr), and Tubelight (Rs 120 Cr).

And after the 7th day, it surpassed, Akshay Kumar’s Toilet Ek Prem Katha (Rs. 134.25 Cr). On Day 8, Golmaal 4 also surpassed Shah Rukh Khan’s Raees (Rs 137.51 Cr) and Varun Dhawan’s Judwaa 2.

The film is eyeing at Rs 160 Cr+ by the end of the second weekend as no other big banner Bollywood movie released today. The Bollywood movies released on 27th October 2017 are Manoj Bajpayee’s Rukh and Kalki Koechlin’s Jia Aur Jia.

The afternoon and evening occupancy of Golmaal Again on the eighth day (second Friday) is around 20% just like the previous day. While the night shows are expected to gain the occupancy and that could vary around 25%.

Golmaal Again 2nd Friday Earning 27th October 2017 Income Report

Golmaal 4 collected Rs 30.14 Cr on the first day. With this, it becomes the 9th All-Time Highest Opening Day Grosser movie. On the second day, Golmaal 4 did a business of Rs 28.37 Cr.

The 3rd and 4th day collection are Rs 29.09 Cr and Rs 16.04 Cr respectively. The 5th and 6th day collection are Rs 13.25 Cr and Rs 10.05 Cr. The 7th day collection of Golmaal 4 is Rs 9.13 Cr.

The Gross Total Worldwide Collection is Rs 183.36 Cr while in India, it’s Rs 162.74 Cr in 6 days. The First Week Total Collection is Rs 136.07 Cr (nett) in India. While the total overseas collection is Rs 28.72 Cr till 1st Thursday.

Golmaal Again 8th day Box Office Collection 2nd Friday earning or 27th October 2017 income is Rs 7.25 Cr.

In 8 days, the film collected Rs 31.86 Cr in the overseas markets.

I’ll be coming back with Golmaal Again 9th day box office collection and 2nd Saturday occupancy updates. Till then, you can share your views about the collection via the comment section below.

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