Dangal 2nd Day Collection / Dangal 2 Days Collections : Aamir Khan starrer finally managed to end the dull phase at the box office. Dangal got a massive response, becoming second largest opener this year at the box office with 29.78 crore business the first day of its release. On the second day, it is expected to become larger. Take a look at Dangal collection report. Dangal has an excellent race on Saturday. According to very early trends, Dangal collection 2nd day will be in the range of 34-35 crore. The final number may vary a little depending on the performance of night shows and interiors. Although it seems that Dangal showed some gains in the masses too. Stay tuned for the final update at 12:30 pm.
Dangal 2nd Day Collection, 2 Days Collections
The movie started big in the morning shows as the occupation was in the 70% range. It went higher to 85% in the midday shows and then almost houseful in the evening. The north of India has been rocking big time as it records houseful afternoon shows. In many places of Delhi / UP, East Punjab and Haryana the film was housefull thanks to the local flavor. Dangal collection also won big jumps in Mumbai and Mysore belt. East India also had gains, but it is still the poor performance circuit with Gujarat.
Dangal Saturday collection showed a very good growth from Friday. The upward trend started yesterday, indicating that Saturday and Sunday will be huge. Today, the family audience has been spotted more in cinemas than the response among them is excellent. However, in mass centers, it is decent to average. Although the picture will be clear on Monday. Dangal box office collection in 2 days will be more than 64 crore. The film is set to cross 100 crore in the opening weekend. All time opening weekend record is out of reach however but it can challenge Sultan. The film also worked very well abroad. Dangal collection abroad is 28.49 crore of previews and opening day. All weekend records will not be reached due to mid-week release. The world collection in two days has crossed the 100-crores mark.