‘PadMan’ Box Office Collection Day 3 : So far, the film has gross business of Rs 57 crore.
The movie ‘PadMan’ by Akshay Kumar has sold 16 crore rupees at the national box office on Sunday. The gains of the film before the weekend are around 40 crore rupees. He has been there.
The latest release of Bollywood Akshay Kumar ‘Padman’ box office collection 3 Day . When seeing this film on the subject of sanitary napkins, the crowd of spectators went to the cinemas on Sunday. According to the commercial analyst Ramesh Bala’s tweet, Akshay’s film received about 16 rupees at the national box office on Sunday. The collection of the movie on the weekend is approximately 40 crore rupees. He has been there. Let me tell you, the movie earned Rs 10.26 crore on the first day, while on Saturday it was Rs 13.68 crore.
Ramesh Bala Tweet:
By early estimates, #Padman does ₹ 16 Cr Nett on Sunday – Feb 11th, taking the opening weekend All-India Nett to ₹ 40 Crs..
Ramesh Bala has also shared the official figures of ‘Paddman’. According to Sony Pictures, the film had Rs 51 crore in India until the first weekend. It has gross collections. In North America, the film has been very well received, where in three days ‘Paddman’ has won Rs 4.90 crore of rupees. Combat The world collection of the film is Rs. 57.20 crore Has been there.
WW (5 Mkts) – Gross – $8.9 Million [₹ 57.50 Crs]
— Ramesh Bala (@rameshlaus) 12 February 2018
The film, made in a budget of 60 crores, received good response from viewers and critics. Because of the strong storyline of the film and Akshay Kumar’s anesthetic acting, people also got awareness about sanitary napkien. Let me tell you, apart from Akshay, Radhika Apte and Sonam Kapoor have played an important role in the film.
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The special point of ‘Padman’ is that director R. Bala has brought the story well on the screen. In the film, Akshay Kumar is playing Arunachalam, but his character is Lakshmi. The story of ‘Padman’ is based on the background of Madhya Pradesh and it has been shown that only 12% of women in the country use the pad and while the other women use dirty clothes, leaves and ashes.