The Ghazi Attack box office collections day 3: The audiences seem to favour the latest offering from the south, The Ghazi Attack. On Sunday (day 3), the movie, starring Rana Daggubati, got its highest revenue yet, namely, Rs 2.8 crore. This eclipses its opening day revenue of Rs 1.65 crore on Friday and then Rs 2.25 crore on Saturday. According to a report in Bollywood Hungama, this makes the film’s total earnings Rs 6.7 crore so far. These figures are encouraging in the current box office climate when other films are succumbing to the pressure of Akshay Kumar’s Jolly LLB 2.
The Ghazi Attack’s increasing revenue could signify a growing interest among audiences that might have earlier been vary of the film. Even though the cast’s performance, including that of Rana, Kay Kay Menon, Atul Kulkarni and Taapsee Pannu, was critically well received, these were still fresh faces to many moviegoers. However, after positive reviews from audiences who’d watched the film began to roll in, it could have resulted in other viewers getting encouraged enough to give the war movie a watch.
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Of course, the film isn’t just catering to audiences in north India. When you take the film’s pan-India revenue, it is doing quite well. On Friday, it had earned Rs 4.25 crore across the country, while the revenue only increased on Saturday with Rs. 5.25 crore. By Sunday, it had collected Rs 6.25 crore. This makes its total earnings from all the versions (Hindi, Tamil, Telugu) an impressive Rs 15.57 crore. However, given that it is made of an eclectic group of actors, meant to appeal to various sections of the Indian audience, the film might end up doing justice to no segment at all. It remains to be seen whether this will be the case with The Ghazi Attack or whether director Sankalp Reddy’s diverse approach will pay off at the box office.