Kartik Aaryan’s horror-comedy has completed its second week on Thursday (June 3), the film has been on a winning streak at the box office since the day of its release.
Anees Bazmee directed the film and Bhusan Kumar bankrolled it along with Krishan Kumar, Murad Khetani and Anjum Khetani under the banner T-Series and Cine 1 Studios.
Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 is made with a budget ranging from Rs 65-80 Cr and collected Rs 141.75 Cr in its two-week theatrical run. The film opened with rave reviews from the critics and audience alike, they praised the story, casting and climax of the film. Kartik’s performance of Rooh Baba and Tabu’s Manjulika role has also been praised.
Box Office Collection Week-Wise
On the opening day, Bhool Bhuliayaa 2 collected Rs 14.11 crore and became the highest opener of the actor’s film career. BB2 further had an amazing opening weekend of Rs 55.96 Cr. The film in the first week collected a total of Rs 92.05 Cr at the box office India.
Following this, remaining steady on the second weekend it earned Rs 30.64 Cr, a nominal drop of 45.25% as compared to the first weekend. The film further went on to collect Rs 49.74 Cr in week 2.
Box Office Collection Day 15
Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2’s magic is still intact between the audience. The film was consistent on the weekdays and saw the figures revolving in the range of Rs 4 to 5 crores.
Now, as per the early reports, on Friday it collected Rs 2.8 crore to take the total collections Rs 144.56. Kartik’s film remains decent on Friday despite the clash with Vikram and Major and low screen counts in the third week. It will see more molaah coming in on the further two days of the third weekend.
The film is inching towards Rs 150 crore nett mark in India, and will certainly fetch the amount on by the end of the third weekend. Also Read ( https://en.janbharattimes.com/entertainment/bhool-bhulaiyaa-2-box-office-collection-day-14 )
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.