As the theaters shut down due to Coronavirus it has a great effect on the Box Office of the films. However Baaghi 3 pushed itself to about Rs. 2 Crores on Day 10. However the film really did well despite of Coronavirus scare.
Movies took release on the screens when Coronavirus was at very. However WHO has now announced the virus as pandemic and theaters at many places like Delhi, Mumbai, etc have been asked to shut down.
Baaghi 3 Box Office Collection till Day 10:
The Day 1 collection of the movie was Rs 17.50 crore as being one of the greatest openings for the film.
However the collection for the movie on Day 2 went a bit down then the previous day. The Day 2 collection of the movie was Rs 15.50 crore.
As it was Sunday a holiday for all really worked well for the film. Day 3 of Baaghi 3 that is on Sunday was Rs. 19.75 crores.
The day being Monday and working day dropped the collection for the day. Day 4 that is the Box collection for Monday was Rs. 8.75 crore.
Day 5 collection for the movie was really good. As the collection rose up to almost 50 percent then Day 4. The collection for the Day 5 was Rs 13.50
Day 6 collection of the film was again a wonder despite of the working day and the film managed to collect Rs 7.25 crores on Wednesday.
Day 7 collection of the film was again down as compared to the Day 6. However film collected a decent amount despite of being a working day. Baaghi 3 Box office collection on Day 7 was Rs 4.75 crores.
Day 8 collection of the movie was not at a great not. As due to coronavirus .
Day 9 collection for the movies was Rs 1.75 Crores.
However movie did really well up to Rs 2 crores on the Day 10. Despite it was the coronavirus scare movie hit up on the screens really well.
After all the ten days the total collection of Ahmed Khan directed movie Baaghi 3 is Rs. 93 crores net.
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