Judwaa 2 box office collections: This Varun Dhawan starrer has hit the screens today. Judwaa 2 is enjoying a massive release across 3500 plus screen with 12500 plus shows in 2050 plus locations. Also, the movie is pegged to have a 40 percent occupancy rate during the morning shows, as per Bollywood Hungama report. Moreover, the film has enjoyed a decent advance booking- more than that of Bahubali 2, Salman Khan starrer Tubelight, and Shah Rukh Khan starrer Raees and Jab Harry Met Sejal, as per film critic Ramesh Bala.
Bala took to Twitter today and said,” Outside #Bahubali2 , #Tubelight, #Raees & #JHMS – #Judwaa2 has taken the best advance booking for a Bollywood movie this year.”
Currently, as per Bollywood Hungama report, JUDWAA 2 is likely to see a near 100% occupancy rate in mass-dominated sectors over evening and night shows. Besides this since the film enjoys an extended four day weekend the collections of JUDWAA 2 are more than likely to cross the Rs. 50 cr mark within the first four days.
Outside #Bahubali2 , #Tubelight, #Raees & #JHMS – #Judwaa2 has taken the best advance booking for a Bollywood movie this year.. pic.twitter.com/mzrzdVh4bD
— Ramesh Bala (@rameshlaus) September 29, 2017
Meanwhile, another movie critic Taran Adarsh also took to Twitter and said that the movie has got off to a brilliant start and we can expect solid collection on day 1. “Finally… some respite for the Hindi film industry… #Judwaa2 flies high as it opens to EXCELLENT houses… Expect a SOLID total on Day 1,” he said. The Salman Khan starrer Judwaa’s sequel is likely to have box office collection on day 1 to be around Rs 16-18 crore, as per Bollywood Hungama report. Apart from Varun, the movie also stars Jacqueline Fernandez and Taapsee Pannu in the lead roles.
Interestingly, one day before the release of the movie, Salman Khan met Varun Dhawan and producer Sajid Nadiadwala at the screening of Judwaa 2. Warda Nadiadwala shared a sweet photo of them blowing kisses and captioned it, “Kisses for all #judwaa2 let the show begin.” The film was promoted well by Sajid Nadiadwala and Fox.