Two big films were released simultaneously at the box office this week. One film is Kangana Ranaut’s ‘Panga’ and the other film Varun Dhawan’s ‘Street Dancer 3D’. The trailer of both these films was well received by the audience. Along with this, the film critics were also highly praised. In such a situation, seeing the collection on the first day, it is definitely that Varun’s ‘Street Dancer 3D’ and ‘Panga’ were seen to be overshadowed on the first day.
The film ‘Street Dancer 3D’ has collected about 10 to 11 crores on the first day. The film is based on youth and mainly dance. Ace is expected to see a bounce in the collection of this film over the weekend. This is also because Sunday is 26 January. That is, in addition to Sunday, there is also a Republic Day holiday. Which it can get full benefit. However, there may be a slight drop in Monday’s collection.
The film ‘Street Dancer 3D’ has been released on 3700 screens in India while Overseas has a total of 670 screens. The budget of the film is said to be 50 crores. The film stars Shraddha Kapoor Nora Fatehi, Varun Dhawan, Dharmesh Yelande, Puneet Pathak, Salman Yusuf Khan and Raghav Juyal in addition to Varun Dhawan. The film is directed by Remo D’Souza. Remo has also made dance-based films in the past, including ‘ABCD’ and ‘ABCD 2’. It has also been built on this preference.
Apart from ‘Street Dancer 3D’, Kangana’s film ‘Panga’ has been released. The first day collection of this film is about 2 to 2.50 crores. The film has a slightly slower start at the box office compared to ‘Street Dancer 3D’. Kangana’s collection of this film is less than her last release film ‘Judicial Hai Kya’. Its first day collection was four crores. Apart from Kangana in this film, Richa Chadha, Megha Burman, Smita Tambe, Neena Gupta, Jassi Gill.
The film is directed by Ashwini Iyer Tiwari. The film has got fewer screens than ‘Street Dancer 3D’. ‘Panga’ has been released in India on 1450 and Overseas on 450 screens. At the same time, the budget of the film is being told 25 crores. However, the weekend has a good chance of making the film a strong hold at the box office. Kangana’s ‘Panga’ is based on kabaddi. The film portrays the story of a woman who returns to the field at the age of 32.
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