Dobaaraa Box Office Collection Day 3: Check 1st Weekend Report

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Tapsee’s third Bollywood outing of the year “Dobaaraa” aka “2:12” is doing decent business at the box office although the collections are on the lower side, it will be considered decent given the dull performance of the superstar featured films Laal Singh Chaddha and Raksha Bandhan at the box office.

Dobaaraa is a mystery drama film that is based on a novel concept of time loop, it is helmed by Anurag Kashyap and the screenplay was written by Nihit Bhave, made under the banner of Cult Movies and Athena Vermillion World.

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Box Office Overseas

It exceeded the expectations on Day 1 and collected Rs 70 L, it is a low start but considering there was no buzz surrounding the film ahead of the release and failures of the two said biggies, it will be called a decent start. However, if it didn’t hold well on the weekdays, the chance of it pulling from the theatres will increase. The overseas business report of the film is not good as well, at the box office in Australia, the film managed to sell only 10 tickets worth Rs 7000+.

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Box Office Collection Day 3

With the decent start at the box office, Taapsee’s film has set the stage for itself from where it can grow as there was no WOM for the flick before the release, the day 3 official BO reports are yet awaited, but the trade reports suggest it remains decent on Sun. Taapsee’s film will have to show miraculous growth on Sun to become successful at the box office.

Below are the expected day-wise domestic collections of Taapsee starrer “Dobaaraa”

Day 1 (Rs 70 L)
Day 2 (Rs 1 Cr)
Day 3 (Rs 1.2-1.4 Cr)**

With this, the total collection of the film reached in the vicinity of Rs 3 Cr, domestically.

Tapsee’s last film Shabaash Mitthu tanked at the box office, it had accumulated only Rs 2.23 crore in its entire theatrical run.

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