Akshay Kumar starrer Ram Setu has gone past the 25 crore mark in two days, it was released on Diwali festival to an average start and holds well on the lower side the following day. It was opened with mixed reviews from critics praising its premise and climax while they bashed the plot and VFX of the movie.
Ram Setu is helmed by Tere Bin Laden, Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran director Abhishek Sharma and produced by Arun Bhatia along with Vikram Malhotra.
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Box Office Collection Day 3
Akshay Kumar starrer crossed the 30 crore mark on Thursday. Despite the collections of the movie being on the lower side, if it stands rock solid on Friday and then shows a jump on Sat and Sun, it will become easy for the flick to reach near the 75 crore mark in its long extended weekend itself. For that, it will have to show a growth of 20-25% in earnings on days 5 & 6.
As per the early trade estimations, Ram Setu collects in the range of 7.5-8 Cr on the third day at the box office, domestically.
Advance Bookings Report Day 3
It has witnessed another drop in terms of booking collections. Akshay starrer is faring well in the mass belt, therefore, the box office figures will mostly depend on spot bookings.
Talking about the day 3 advance bookings, it sold tickets worth 98 Lakhs for day 3. It is released in three languages, and the advance bookings from dubbed versions of Tamil and Telugu are negligible.
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All about Ram Setu
Ram Setu is made on a budget of 150 crores, as per the media reports, the film will have to collect around 180-200 crores to reap profits for the investors. It faced a clash with Ajay-Siddharth starrer Thank God which also records a dull response at the box office. Ram Setu is faring well in the mass blets but to reach past 100 crores, it needs to draw the class audience to the theatres as well.
On the technical front, Aseem Mishra is the cinematographer/DOP, it is edited by Rameshwar S. Bhagat and the music is given by Daniel B. George. The duration of the movie is 143 minutes. It is made under the banners Amazon Studios, Cape of Good Films, Lyca Productions, and Abundantia Entertainment.