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Malaal and One Day Justice Delivered 1st Weekend Box Office Collection


This Friday, we had two films released One Day: Justice Delivered & Malaal. The two films released the passing Friday seemed to have ended on a bad note when it comes to the box office. Well, let’s see how things went at the box office for both the film starting with the thriller. The Anupam Kher and Esha Gupta starrer seemed to have opened up on an average note. The occupancy reports were appalling for it, all thanks to the films like Kabir Singh and Article 15 that seemed to be ruining the show.

As per reports, the 1st-weekend box office collection for One Day: Justice Delivered scored around 8.5 Crores, which escalated to some extent on Sunday. The first two days collection seemed really appalling for the thriller. This will continue during the weekdays as well as there are fewer chances to see the film picking up at the box office. Now, let’s check the way the other film Malaal has performed over the box office. Well, the Sanjay Leela Bhansali-produced film was pathetic over the box office.

The first-day collection for Malaal was around 75 lakhs, while similar was the story on day 2 and Day 3 being Sunday seemed to have some surge yet was not impressive to help the film get good numbers. On the first Saturday, the film scored 89 lakhs, while on the first Sunday, it scored 1.1 Crores. So, the first-weekend box office collection for Malaal went to score around 2.75 Crores. It was expected to have gone on the similar lines since the film was meant to give a debut to Meezaan and the nice of Bhansali who did their first film with it. Malaal would continue to perform the same way during the weekdays as well.


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