Bollywood actors Tiger Shroff and Hrithik Roshan starrer film War are doing good business at the box office. Released in theaters on October 2, the film did a total business of Rs 53 crore 35 lakhs in India only on the first day. Out of this, only the Hindi version of the film did a business of Rs 51 crore 60 lakh. With this figure, War has become the highest grossing film of this year.
Comparatively, before this, India had done business of 42 crore 30 lakh rupees on the first day, Mission Mangal had earned 29 crores 16 lakh rupees on the first day and the first day business of Saho’s Hindi version was 24 crores 40 lakhs. Released on 4000 screens in India, the film has received 1350 screens abroad. Recently, the film has been given 200 screens.
Now let’s talk about the latest collection details of the film. The film earned Rs 51 crore 60 lakh on the first day and its business on the second day was Rs 23 crore 10 lakh. In just two days, through the Hindi version, the film had earned Rs 74 crore 70 lakh. As far as its Tamil and Telugu versions are concerned, the film earned Rs 1 crore 75 lakh on the first day and Rs 1 crore 25 lakh on the second day. Its business has become 3 crore rupees in two days.
According to trade analyst estimates, the film has done business of Rs 20 crore on Friday. If this figure is considered as the actual figure, then the film will reach very close to the mark of 100 crores in 3 days. However, it must also be remembered that the film has also been released in Tamil-Telugu and English. The total budget of this film of Tiger-Hrithik is around 200 crores.