Half Girlfriend 6th Day/1st Wednesday Box Office Collection: Arjun Kapoor, Shraddha Kapoor and Rhea Chakraborty starring Half Girlfriend had shown great growth on the working days at the domestic box office. It received good reviews from critics and viewers, the film manages to collect Rs 41.61 crore on its 5th day.

Today movie moves on its 6th day and may be audience show more interest to watch film and help to increase its total earning. Here we are coming with latest Indian romantic film Half Girlfriend 6th Day Collection.

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Half Girlfriend 6th Day Collection

Arjun Kapoor and Shraddha Kapoor starrer to keep its date with the 50 crore Week One, it would now have to maintain these levels for rest of the weekdays as well since collections stand at 37.15 crores currently. Half Girlfriend opened on Wednesday morning with good response of viewers 8 to 10% is occupancy rate for the morning show. Today movie enters on its 6th day as Wednesday so, the collection could be less than the previous day. 6th day collection of Half Girlfriend has expected 3.50 to 3.80 crore at the domestic market.

Half Girlfriend 6th Day Collection

Half Girlfriend First (1st) Day 19th May 2017 Box Office Collection (1st Friday): Rs 10.27 Crore

Half Girlfriend Second (2nd) Day 20th May 2017 Box Office Collection (1st Saturday): Rs 10.63 Crore

Half Girlfriend Third (3rd) Day 21st May 2017 Box Office Collection (1st Sunday): Rs 11.57 Crore

Half Girlfriend Fourth (4th) Day 22nd May 2017 Box Office Collection (1st Monday): Rs 5.40 Crore

Half Girlfriend Fifth (5th) Day 23rd May 2017 Box Office Collection (1st Tuesday): Rs 4.60 Crore

Half Girlfriend Sixth (6th) Day 24th May 2017 Box Office Collection (1st Wednesday): Rs 1-5 Crore

The Mohit Suri-directed love story garnered Rs 30 crore over its opening weekend. Having made it to the 40-crore milestone after five days of its release, now it remains to be seen when the film crosses the 50-crore mark. The film then traces how their relationship evolves over the years, against the backdrop of three distinct worlds of Delhi, Patna and New York. The film’s songs, especially ‘Baarish’ and ‘Phir bhi tumko chaahunga’, have become popular.