Salman Khan's Kick is zooming at the Indian Box Office with its fast flowing collection. Though the movie released on a working day it managed to rake in a moolah of Rs 26.4 crores on the very first day. According to trade experts the movie should have crossed the Rs 30 crore mark but considering it was pre-Eid, the collections were quite commendable.
At the end of day 2, the movie has crossed the Rs 50 crore mark and the makers of the movie are quite enthused by how the collections are going. Trade expert Taran Adarsh tweeted, " #Kick crosses ₹ 50 Cr nett mark in 2 days. Continues its glorious run on Day 2. Collects ₹ 27.15 Cr nett. India biz. AWESOME!"
Kick has made brilliant collection in the domestic market on Sunday. Trade expert Taran Adarsh tweeted, " #Kick biz is expected to grow further on Sunday... Abhi Eid aa rahi hain aur woh apni Eidi lene zaroor aayega..." And true to his words the movie has made Rs 30 crores on Sunday, the weekend holiday factor has helped the movie garner such high collection at the Indian Box Office.
Eid has always worked as an auspicious day for Salman, all his movies that released on this day have gone to make record breaking collections, so the makers were confused whether to release it on Friday [pre-Eid] or mid-week [on Eid], thus taking advantage of the festive season. But after a lot of discussions the movie finally released on Friday and despite a slow start the movie due to the good reviews from critics has been drawing more and more crowds into the theaters.
So with the increase in crowd the film has managed to gross the Rs 83.83 Cr nett in just three days and very soon the movie is expected to hit the 100 crore mark as well. His highest grossing film in the domestic market was Ek Tha tiger which grossed Rs 198.78 Cr nett, and the total collection was Rs 310 crores. So we are yet to see if Kick will break his previous record and and make it into the 200 crore club in the domestic market.
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