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PS-1 made 100 crores in three days, Vikram Vedha got the benefit of Sunday’s holiday

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PS-1 and remake Vikram Vedha have revived the box office collections once again. Both the films got the benefit of Sunday (October 2) being a holiday. However, during this period, PS-1 crossed the total earning of 100 crores in three days, while Vikram Vedha’s collection also saw a jump. Know in this report that which film earned how much on Sunday?

Ponniyin Selvan 1

Ponniyin Selvan 1 i.e. PS-1, which introduced the splendor of the Chola dynasty, is continuously showing its flair at the box office. Talking about Sunday’s earnings only, it is visible more than the last two days. According to preliminary figures, the film earned a total of Rs 37 crore in all languages ​​on Sunday, after which its total collection for three days reached Rs 108 crore.

Three Days Collection (All Languages)
30 September 36.5 crore
01 October34.6 crore
02 October37 crore (estimated)

Vikram Vedha

Vikram Vedha, the remake of South, adorned with stars like Hrithik Roshan and Saif Ali Khan, was also seen gathering pace on Sunday. The film, which earned around Rs 23 crore in the first two days, collected Rs 14.5 crore on Sunday according to the initial figures. After this, the total earning of the film in three days is being said to be Rs 37.59 crore. Let us tell you that Vikram Vedha has been included in the popular films of this year, but this movie prepared with a budget of 175 crores has disappointed in terms of collection.

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three day collection
30 September10.58 crore
01 October12.51 crore
02 October14.50 crore (estimated)


Like other films, Brahmastra was also seen getting the benefit of Sunday’s holiday. Brahmastra, which has achieved the title of Bollywood’s most expensive film, earned 1.6 crores on the 24th day. That is, there was a jump in the collection of the film on Sunday as compared to Friday and Saturday. Let us tell you that so far this film has earned a total of Rs 264.29 crore in all languages ​​in the country.


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