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Sam Bahadur Box Office: Vicky Kaushal’s Film Surges on Day 12, Promising a Strong Weekend Ahead – Explore Detailed Collection Reports

After a slightly hesitant start and facing stiff competition from Ranbir Kapoor’s Animal, Vicky Kaushal’s biographical war drama Sam Bahadur has finally crossed its budget mark at the box office. As per industry tracker Sacnilk, the film has amassed Rs 61.10 crores in 12 days from India. Though a dip in collections is typical for weekdays, Sam Bahadur defied expectations by showing a slight increase on Tuesday. While Monday saw collections of Rs 2.15 crore, Tuesday witnessed a rise to Rs 2.40 crore, indicating a healthy hold amidst competition.

This upward trend is encouraging, suggesting that the film’s engaging narrative and Kaushal’s powerful performance are resonating with audiences. While it’s too early to predict ultimate box office success, Sam Bahadur’s resilient performance in its second week is a positive sign for its journey ahead.

Made on a budget of Rs 55 crore, “Sam Bahadur” has received praise for Kaushal’s transformative performance, with many lauding his ability to embody the spirit of the war hero. While facing initial competition from other big releases, the film has steadily climbed the box office ladder, crossing its budget mark in 12 days.

Here’s a snapshot of its journey so far:

Day 1: Rs 6.25 crore

Day 2: Rs 9 crore

Day 3: Rs 10.30 crore

Days 4-7: Rs 3.50 crore (each)

Day 8: Rs 3.50 crore

Day 9: Rs 6.75 crore

Day 10: Rs 7.50 crore

Days 11-12: Rs 2.15 crore and Rs 2.40 crore (early estimate) respectively

Total: Rs 61.10 crore

Despite a slight dip in weekday collections, “Sam Bahadur” has shown resilience by bouncing back with growth on Tuesday. This suggests that the film’s captivating story and impactful performances are resonating with audiences.

“Sam Bahadur,” the biographical war drama inspired by Indian legend Sam Manekshaw, the country’s first field marshal, is Vicky Kaushal’s latest cinematic foray. The film, directed by Meghna Gulzar, depicts Manekshaw’s illustrious career spanning over four decades and five wars.

Ziya Khan


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