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777 Charlie Box Office Collection Day 11: Rakshit’s Film witnessed a drop of 70% in earnings

777 Charlie Box Office Day 18

Kiranraj K’s adventure comedy 777 Charlie is currently having a dream run at the box office, the film recently crossed Rs 50 Cr mark in India which is a huge feat for a small budget film like Charlie.

And now Rakshit led this film eying the lifetime target of Rs 75 Cr nett India. The film is currently in its second week run at the box office, it had an amazing second weekend of Rs 18.5 Cr (Fri, Sat, and Sun) in the domestic market.

Box Office Collection Day 11

Rakshit starrer is performing very well in the home market (Karnataka), so far it has reached Rs 45.59 crores in the state and now eying Rs 50 Cr, it is expected that the film will cross the feat through the weekdays.

777 Charlie saw an overall occupancy of 18.68% during the morning, afternoon, evening, and night shows in the home state on Day 11.

As per the reports, it saw its first major dip in the collections on Monday, the film witnessed a drop of 73.49% on Monday compared to the prior day Sunday (Day 11), and around a 25% dip compared to last Friday.

It earned Rs 2.2 Cr on Monday (Day 11), the total India collections of 777 Charlie now stand at Rs 59.5 crores. Also Read: 777 charlie box office collection day 10

Tax free in Karnataka

Recently Karnataka Govt, declared the film tax-free in the state, it came into effect on June 19(Sunday). C.M Basavaraj Bommai had watched the film few days back in a special screening hosted by the makers where the politician couldn’t hold back his tears after watching the film. The state GST will not be levied on the ticket sales of the film for the period of six months.

Now Eying Rs 50 Cr in Karnataka

777 Charlie saw a jump in the collections on Sunday, home state government’s decision to make the film tax-free in the state benefits its collections. It saw a growth of 22.06% compared to Saturday collections and earned Rs 8.3 crores on Day 10. The total collection of the film now stands over Rs 57 crores.

Disclaimer: The above figures are based on various sources and our thorough research, however, doesn’t guarantee the equivalent collections, though we have done everything possible in our capability to provide the precise data.

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