Box Office: Pink 7th Day Collection, Earns 36 Cr Total in Opening Week

By on September 22, 2016 at 7:58 pm
[Total: 10    Average: 2.8/5]

7 Days Total Collection of Shoojit Sircar’s Pink

Strong social thriller Pink is enjoying positive word of mouth across the country. As expected it has received overwhelmed response from audience and registered excellent business in the weekend. In weekdays too, the movie still has complete hold over audience and heading smoothly on box office.

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Due to its impactful content and brilliant performances of Amitabh Bachchan, Taapsee Pannu, Kirti Kulhari, Andrea Tairang & Angad Bedi, Pink has impressed everyone and made it one of the most appreciated movies of the year. Without any commercial ingredient, director Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury has made it very gripping.

In the opening weekend, Pink recorded excellent growth of 120% from Friday and Sunday. On Friday, it reported decent occupancy and minted the amount of 4.32 crores. From the second day, it showed impressive growth in its business and collected the amount of 7.65 crores on Saturday and 9.54 crores on Sunday.

After the weekend, total domestic collection of Pink was recorded as 21.51 crores on Indian box office and 6.55 crores from overseas. In weekdays, it witnessed usual drop but still remained strong. On Monday, it faced only 12.5% of drop than last Friday and did the business of 3.78 crores.

On Tuesday, with slight more drop it raked the business of 3.51 crores. Then on Wednesday, Pink witnessed surprise growth and minted 3.87 crores. On the last day of week i.e. Thursday, the movie reported considerable drop in its occupancy and added the amount of 3.24 crores to its account.

With this, 7 days total collection of Pink has become 35.91 crores on domestic box office. From¬†this new week, number of Hindi movies are being released, let see how Shoojit Sircar’s this social thriller¬†will perform opposite to Riteish Deshmukh’s Banjo and others.

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