Padmavat’s earnings till now is 250 crores, Bollywood’s 8th largest film.
According to Ramesh Bala, ‘Padmaavat Box Office Collection Day 18‘ Bollywood’s 8th largest film, which has entered the club of 250 crore rupees. With this, it is Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh and the highest grossing film of Shahid Kapoor.
The controversial Sanjay Leela Bhansali film ‘Padmavat‘ has become one of the most successful films of Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh and Shahid Kapoor. On the 18th day of the release, the film has Rs 250 crore at the national box office. Earn more than you earn. According to trade analyst Ramesh Baala, the movie has Rs 254 crore until the third weekend. He has done net business. According to Ramesh, ‘Padmavat’ is the eighth Bollywood film, which has joined the 250 crore rupees club. With this, it has become the first film of Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh and Shahid Kapoor that has crossed this magical figure.
@deepikapadukone – @RanveerOfficial – @shahidkapoor ‘s #Padmaavat enters ₹ 250 Cr Club (All-India Nett)
At the end of 3rd weekend, it has collected ₹ 254 Cr Nett in India..
Only the 8th Hindi movie to do so.. A First for all the 3 leads..
‘Padmavat’, released on January 19, earned 166.5 crore in the first week, the second week of the film’s earnings was Rs 69.50 crore. It has been there. However, according to the latest Box Office India report, the film cost around Rs 18 crore in the third weekend. Are they. Let’s say, ‘Padmavat’ is making new records making an explosion in India, despite the Supreme Court’s refusal to ban it, it was not shown in many states governed by the BJP (Rajasthan, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh).
Actress Deepika Padukone, who plays the role of Rani Padmavati, says that the success story of this movie is not yet over. On the success of the film, Deepika said, “I believe that giving a lot to the film was good for him and I am very happy that we have got an opportunity to celebrate success with success, but as I said, it is not over yet. This is because more people will go to the movies during the weekend. ”