Padman Movie Fifth / 5th Day Collections: Akshay Kumar’s most awaited film ‘Padman‘ opened to a brilliant response at the worldwide box office on Friday, Feb 9th and remained rock-steady at the ticket counters across the globe on the fifth day also. Padman has packed a solid punch at the worldwide box office in the first weekend with its collection crossing the mark of Rs 40 crore at India Box office.
The film has released in a huge number of screens across India, and also overseas countries like USA, Canada. The movie’s promos had grabbed many eyeballs and viewers were eagerly waiting for its release in the theatres. The hype and promotion helped the film register decent amount of advance booking for its opening day. On an opening day, The film’s collections not reached the expectations. But now, With positive mouth talk, many people are rushing to the film which is why the film has grossed more on its second & third day instead of its first day.
Padman Movie Fifth / 5th Day Collections
The film had a decent opening on Friday and raked about Rs 10 crore. The film made a jump on the second & Third day, taking the collections to about Rs 13.50 crore and Rs 16.11 crores respectively at the domestic market. The film has collected Rs 40.05 Crores within a span of 3 days. The film is doing good on weekdays also and it has collected more than 5 crores on Monday. With this, the film now stands for 45.92 crores in opening four days.
#PadMan maintains its pace on Mon… Fri 10.26 cr, Sat 13.68 cr, Sun 16.11 cr, Mon 5.87 cr. Total: ₹ 45.92 cr. India biz… Overseas opening weekend: $ 2.31 million [₹ 14.84 cr].
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) February 13, 2018
Padman is biographical comedy-drama, directed by R. Balki and produced by Akshay’s wife Twinkle Khanna and R. Balki under the banners, Mrs. Funnybones Movies, and KriArj Entertainment. Padman is based on the real-life story of social entrepreneur Arunachalam Muruganantham, who invented a low-cost sanitary pad making the machine and helped spread awareness about traditional unhygienic practices around menstruation in rural India.
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