Undoubtedly ‘Dhadak’ is doing well at the box office. The movie starring Jhanhvi Kapoor and Ishan Khatter got a marvelous response at the box office. While the masses are curious to know how much it managed to pull off. Read below to glance at the Dhadak box office collections day 2.

The promotion campaign of the movie was probably the stimulant. It earned a stirring Rs 19.25 crore in the first 2 days of its release. As per the Box Office India Report, the movie managed to make 10.5 crores on Saturday. Jhanhvi Kapoor and Ishan Khatter are active towards promoting the film in different cities.

Dhadak box office day 2

However, if the content it good it can do the talking. It is much anticipated that the further performance of the movie would be relying on the word of mouth. Let’s glance at the day wise collection of Dhadak.

The movie’s box office collection for day 1 was 8.71 crore on the first day of its release. As you might be aware that the movie is the Hindi remake of the Marathi movie ‘Sairat’.

“#Dhadak takes a HEROIC START… Rarely does a film starring absolute newcomers open so well… Day 1 is higher than #StudentOfTheYear [₹ 8 cr]… Fri ₹ 8.71 cr. India biz.” – said the trade analyst Taran Adarsh.

“Dhadak opens very well in international markets… Total: approx $ 486k [₹ 3.34 cr]… Opening day biz in key markets…North America: $ 122k, UAE-GCC: $ 228k, UK-Ireland $ 47k, ANZ: $ 44k. Few markets yet to report… Final total, therefore, will be higher.” – he said in another tweet.

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