The film ‘Bala’ starring Ayushmann Khurrana, Bhumi Pednekar and Yami Gautam is enjoying its dream run at the Box Office.
The film that released on 8 November crossed the 40-crore mark in 4 days of its release. The smashing success of ‘Bala’ has made it Ayushmann Khurrana’s 7th super hit film in a row.
The comedy film recorded the Box Office collection of Rs 3.76 crores on Friday and Rs 6.73 crores on Saturday. The film collected 8.01 crores on Sunday which will push it closer to the 100-crore mark. ‘Bala’ will close at Rs 90.74 crores during its second weekend. However, the film is already celebrating its 100-crore success worldwide.
#Bala dominates multiplexes… Witnesses turnaround on [second] Sat and Sun… Should hit ₹ 💯 cr in Weekend 3… [Week 2] Fri 3.76 cr, Sat 6.73 cr, Sun 8.01 cr. Total: ₹ 90.74 cr. #India biz… Will be Ayushmann’s third, Yami’s third and Bhumi’s second 💯 cr grosser.
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) November 18, 2019
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Aapke dher saare pyaar ka nateeja hai yeh. Tahe dil se shukriya. ♥️ #Bala crosses the mark of 100 cr worldwide! 🎊 #DineshVijan @amarkaushik @bhumipednekar @yamigautam @maddockfilms @officialjiocinema @officialjiostudios #JaavedJaaferi @saurabhshuklafilms #SeemaPahwa @nowitsabhi @sachinjigar @pvijan @soulfulsachin @jigarsaraiya @carnivalmovienetwork @sonymusicindia
‘Bala’ has performed unbelievably well in its second weekend even though Siddharth Malhotra’s ‘Marjaavaan’ and Nawazuddin Siddique’s ‘Motichoor Chaknachoor’ released on Friday. If the rising trend continues, ‘Bala’ will be Ayushmann’s second 100 crore grosser in a row after ‘Dream Girl’.
‘Bala’ has received largely positive reviews which have helped further it’s sale in the 10 days of its release. Ayushmann took to Instagram to express immense gratitude towards his fans for making ‘Bala’ a successful film. In an interview, Ayushmann said that the success of ‘Bala’ has motivated him to do ‘best films’.
He said that this pushes him to work harder, motivates him to seek out good, new, disruptive cinema and better himself as an actor. He believes that his brand of cinema has become synonymous with edgy stories that are a little left of the centre.