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Jug Jugg Jeeyo Box Office Collection Day 5: Heading for Rs 50 Cr mark in India

Jugjugg Jyeeyo Box Office worldwide

Varun Dhawan’s latest outing Jug Jugg Jeeyo is riding high on the positive word of mouth, the film had a decent first weekend and held well on the first weekday.

Varun Dhawan and Kiara Advani led this film is grabbing everyone’s attention since day 1, it is produced by Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions with Viacom 18 Studios. Helmed by Good Newwzz fame Raj Mehta.

Box Office Collection Day 5

Jugjugg Jeeyo had a sensational three-day opening weekend of Rs 36.93 Cr nett in India, Delhi-NCR belt is driving the film since day 1 and the numbers are consistent even on weekdays.

On Monday (Day 4), Jugjugg Jeeyo witnessed a dip of 50% as compared to Friday which will be considered a decent hold though it was expected to collect in the range of Rs 6.5 to 7.2 crores. However, if it maintains the same momentum through the weekdays, it will see Rs 50 Cr coming in the first week itself.

As per the reports, Jugjugg Jeeyo was rock steady on Tuesday too, it earned around Rs 4.5 Cr on Tue (Day 5),  the total India collections now stands at Rs 46 crores.

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Third Best Opener 2022

As per the box office India, Jug Jugg Jeeyo is the 3rd best Bollywood opener worldwide for the year 2022, with the opening weekend collection of Rs 59 crores+ gross WW, it bagged the number 3 position.

Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 with Rs 83 Cr gross, and Gangubai Kathiawadi with Rs 65 Cr opening weekend gross remains at the top 2 in the list. Akshay’s Samrat Prithviraj (Rs 53 Cr) and Bachchan Paandey (Rs 50 Cr) are at the no. 4 and 5 spots respectively.

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Box Office Overseas

In three days Varun’s film accumulated Rs 17.26 Cr gross from the overseas market, which is outstanding considering the film was released on just 1000+ screens there. It raked in most from the USA (Rs 4.36 Cr) followed by Canada (Rs 1.3 Cr), UK & Ireland (Rs 1.45 Cr), Australia (Rs 1.55 Cr), and New Zealand (Rs 49.67 Lacs).

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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