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Tumhari Sulu & Aksar 2 1st Week Box Office Collection

Last week, we had two movies releasing in the B Town. The film has done well over the box office at least when you compare it with other film called Aksar 2. Now, let’s check how the films have performed in the last week. The film starring Vidya Balan called Tumhari Sulu has started well over the box office and it has collected around 1.84 crore on an average in the last four days of the week days. The film has given so far a decent figure giving a decent collection at the end of the first week. Vidya has given a good performance, which has somewhere made things really cool for her after the debacle of her last movie called Begum Jaan.

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As per reports, the first week box office collection of Tumhari Sulu has netted to around 20 crore, which though may not be impressive figure but considering the low budget of the film, the collection seems to be okay. The actress has done the role of RJ unlike the way she has played in the previous film called Lage Raho Munna Bhai.

On the other side, the Zarine Khan-starrer film called Aksar 2 seemed to have a slow opening day. The film also having Gautam Rode and Abhinav Shukla seemed to be playing the leading men and Lilette Dubey were seen in the pivotal roles. The film Aksar 2 happens to be the latest installment from the Aksar franchise. The prequel was released in the year 2006 having Emraan Hashmi, Dino Morea and Udita Goswami, which was released way back in 2006. As per reports, the film Aksar 2 has managed to collect Rs 1.44 crore on its first day, which extended with similar pace not just on the first weekend but also for the first week as well.

As per reports, the first week box office collection for the film called Aksar 2 has raked around 8.5 crores, which is really very low. However, the budget of the film seems to be low that has made things better for the makers. Well, it is the Hollywood film Justice League, which has seemed to wreck havoc for both the films in a big way.

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