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777 Charlie Box Office Collection Day 5: Continues the winning run with decent earning

777 Charlie Box Office Day 26

The recent pan India sandalwood flick 777 Charlie, has been winning the hearts of the cinephiles since its arrival in cinemas. Now, the film has also won the heart of Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai.

Reportedly the CM has recently watched the film 777 Charlie and couldn’t hold back his tears as he remembered his dog. CM Bommai urging everyone to watch the film, he said that the film is good and everyone should watch it, he also said that the dog expresses its emotion through its eyes, its unconditional love is pure, reported India Today.

Let us inform you that the Karnataka CM himself is a dog lover, he was heartbroken last year when his dog passed away. The pictures of CM and his family mourning the loss of their pet dog had gone viral at that time.

Box Office Collection (First Weekend)

However, Coming on the box office performance, Rakshit Shetty led this film is already turned out to be a box office winner. Collecting over Rs 24 Cr in its first weekend has recovered the budget and is now eying on the distributors’ break-even mark.

Also Read: 777 charlie leaves cm teary eyes receiving so much love with passing days

As per some media reports, the film has already entered the profit zone as the budget of the film hasn’t been revealed, it is not clear whether it is made on Rs 15 cr or Rs 24 Cr+ budget, the official announcement from the Paramvah Studios is yet awaited regarding this matter.

Box Office Collection Day 5

Now, as per the recent reports, the film will see a slight dip in the occupancy compared to Monday occupancy reports, which is normal. Reports suggest that the film has seen an overall 21.31% occupancy during morning and evening shows on Day 5, and continues the increasing trend with around 45 to 50 % occupancy over the evening and night shows.

As per the recent reports, 777 Charlie collected Rs 4.1 Cr on day 5 (Tue) to take the total collections of the film over Rs 32.7 Cr.

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

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