Bala Box Office Collection Day 3: Rapidly Headed Towards 50 crore Mark

Ayushmann Khurrana has delivered yet another unconventional super-hit film with ‘Bala.’ The story of premature balding has hit the right chords amongst the audience in its opening weekend.

Releasing in 3300 screens in India and 550 screens across the globe, ‘Bala’ has been very well received by the audience. The film had a glorious opening day at the Box Office as it minted Rs 10.15 crores on the very first day of its release. The second day saw a good jump in the numbers to Rs 15.75 crores. The staggering collections on both days have paved way for a thunderous Sunday at the Box Office.

The film ‘Bala’ has also become Ayusmann Khurrana’s biggest opening film to date. Beating down opening weekend collections of his films like ‘Dream Girl’, ‘Badhai Ho’, ‘Article 15’ and ‘Andhadhun’; ‘Bala’ has brought the much-deserved success for the talented superstar. Starring actresses like Yami Gautam and Bhumi Pednekar, ‘Bala’ has been positively reviewed by the critics and audience alike.

‘Bala’s success can be credited to the positive word of mouth and brand Ayushmann Khurrana whose last couple of films have done tremendously well at the Box Office. Ayushmann Khurrana’s fans also expect nothing less than unconventional perfection from the Bollywood hunk.

Helmed by Amar Kaushik and produced by Dinesh Vijan The comic story of an innocent young lad who loses his hair to premature balding has been very-well portrayed by the filmmakers. Even though the film had been muddled amongst a lot of controversies, it has managed to impress the audience with great content. Ayushmann Khurrana is probably looking at yet another blockbuster of his Bollywood career with ‘Bala’. If the film continues to tread at the same pace it should be able to cross the 30 crore mark by Sunday evening only.

Talking about the talented star Ayushmann Khurrana, he’s had a dream run at the Box Office with a hat-trick of superhit films. The 35-year-old actor already has 2 national award-winning films in hi kitty with ‘Article 15’ and ‘Dream Girl’.

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