Tubelight 2nd/Second Day Saturday Box Office Collection Report

Tubelight Box Office Collection Day 2: Salman’s film failed to impress the audience and Registred only 50-60% occupancy in morning shows on Saturday. Kabir Khan directorial Become 2nd Highest Grosser of 2017 after  Baahubali 2.

Tubelight is set in 1962 amid Sino-Indian war. Alongside Salman Khan in a lead part, it stars Sohail Khan, Chinese on-screen character Zhu, Matin Rey Tangu, Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub, Om Puri in urgent supporting parts and furthermore has Shahrukh Khan in a cameo appearance. Propel reserving for the motion picture has as of now been begun and not surprisingly it is seeing extraordinary pre-discharge reaction on ticket windows.Tubelight is a standout amongst the most anticipated of 2017.

Tubelight Second Day Saturday Box Office Collection

Tubelight of Salman Khan spotted doing some great business on the day 2 as well. Tubelight 2nd Day Collection was able to break some initial records of the Bollywood industry but failed to perform overseas because of negative reviews flooding from the first day. The occupancy during the first day remains higher than the mark of 40% around the country. Film was released on massive scale which will definitely be a contributing factor.

The film was released on 5550 screens in India which is way less than the total number of screens gathered by Baahubali in India itself. One of the prime reason was improper promotions in the Southern Indian market and release of Super Singh in Northern India. Diljit Dosanjh‘s Super Singh have good impact over the Punjabi and Punjabi-Hindi audience resulting fallback for Salman Khan in gathering screens.

Here is how Salman Khan’s past few Eid releases did.

  • Sultan: Rs 36.54 crore
  • Bajrangi Bhaijaan: Rs 27.25 crore
  • Kick: Rs 26.4 crore
  • Ek Tha Tiger: Rs 32.93 crore

Salman Khan starrer Tubelight were not very positive, it grossed 20.50-21 crore nett on the first day of the release according to A mixture of a preachy and filled with loads of emotions, the film has failed to go down well with its target audiences.

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