Akshay Kumar’s latest movie ‘PadMan’ earns Rs 16.11 crore on 3rd day




Akshay Kumar starrer latest Bollywood movie ‘PadMan’ earned Rs 16.11 crore on 3rd day of its release. The Hindi film witnessed highest occupancy in the cinema halls on Sunday. Including the earnings grossed on third day, the movie’s business reached beyond Rs 40 crore in three days. Earning such huge collection on Indian box office, ‘PadMan’ emerged as the second highest weekend grosser Bollywood movie of year 2018.

Receiving a good response on opening day, Radhika Apte and Sonam Kapoor starrer Hindi movie earned Rs 10.26 crore. The film released on 2750 screens in India and 600 screens in overseas. Releasing on total 3350 screens across the globe, the Hindi movie received positive response from the audiences. Critics also praised the movie’s story as it focuses on the grass-root issues of women in Indian society.

Directed by R Balki, the latest Hindi film witnessed amazing growth in the public response on Saturday. Witnessing 50% occupancy in the cinema halls, the Bollywood movie registered a business of Rs 13.68 crore on 2nd day of its release. Within two days, ‘PadMan’ earned Rs 23.94 crore total box office collection in India. Apart from earning such huge amount in India, the Bollywood film showcased excellent performance in foreign countries.

Receiving highest response from people in North American countries, the movie witnessed huge occupancy in United States and Canada. The multi-starrer film earned Rs 4.43 crore in those countries. In United Kingdom, the movie received average response from audiences and registered a business of Rs 0.90 crore. Germany is another European country where ‘PadMan’ received good response from people. The movie earned Rs 0.05 crore in German speaking country.

Featuring Akshay Kumar, Sonam Kapoor and Radhika Apte in major roles, ‘PadMan’ movie attracted a good number of audience in Australia and New Zealand. The Bollywood film earned Rs 0.52 crore in New Zealand and Rs 0.84 crore in Australia. The film registered a business of Rs 0.01 crore in Malaysia. Receiving low response from people in other countries, the movie earned Rs 58.10 crore total worldwide box office collection in first weekend.




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