Shivaay Sunday 3rd Day Box Office Collection Dropped Due To Diwali Pooja

Finally two much hyped movie passed first weekend at box office with decent collection. The cold war between action drama and romantic drama begins on 28th October and romantic drama movie wins the battle of first weekend. Both movies passed their first weekend successfully and earning looks good in coming these days. The occupancy dropped on Sunday due to Diwali Pooja and collection was dropped on Sunday. Well after passing its first weekend the much awaited movie Shivaay crossed 28 crore. The film received mixed review from all critics but audience liked movie due to have superb camera work and fighting scenes which was never seen before in bollywood till date.

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Shivaay Sunday 3rd Day Collection Reports

The very much awaited action thriller, Shivaay has opened up on a good note across the country. Being year’s one of the most anticipated movies; it has been released with huge buzz and as expected witnessing overwhelmed response of fans. Movie facing tough competition from Karan Johar’s Ae Dil Hai Mushkil. Due to higher positive reviews, the adjacent release Karan Johar’s Ae Dil Hai Mushkil has diverted major audience toward itself. But still Shivaay has good hold and getting favorable response from viewers.

Day 1 (Friday) 10.24 crore
Day 2 (Saturday) 10.06 crore
Day 3 (Sunday) 08.26 crore
Total Collection 28.56 crore

Shivaay Movie First Weekend Earnings

Well movie already recovered 60% production budget before its release with selling Satellite Rights, Songs and other rights. The movie earned 40 crore from Satellite rights and Songs and other rights sold in 10-10 crores. The film registered him as 10th highest opener of the year 2016. As per the report, on its third day Shivaay reported slightly lesser response than Saturday and added the amount of 8.26 crores to its account. With this, its opening weekend total collection has become 28.56 crores on domestic box office. Shivaay was produced with a budget of 105 crore rupees out of which a substantial amount was spent on publicity and advertising.