Raksha Bandhan Box Office Day 6 (Early Trends): Witnesses A Big Drop, No Turnaround From Hereon

Raksha Bandhan Box Office Day 6 (Early Trends) : Witnessing a huge drop, turnaround from Heron is unlikely! (Photo Credits: IMDb)

Raksha Bandhan Box Office Day 6 (Early Trends): The Akshay Kumar-led comedy-drama was one of the much-awaited films of this year and had a lot of expectations looking at the festive release along with stellar performances at the box office. Unfortunately, the film did not make an impressive debut at the box office.

Aanand L Rai’s family comedy-drama released on Thursday and Rs. 8.20 crore, Thin layer Friday saw a drop but the next day saw a slight jump in collections. The Friday collection of the film was recorded here 6.40 crores And 6.51 crore on Saturday. Slight jump was seen in Mulla in Sunday collection, only reaching Rupee. 7.05 crore,

Due to this, many expected that Raksha Bandhan would see a bounce once again in Monday’s collection as well, though there were indications that it would fail to see double-digit scores. but much to despair Thin layer managed to collect 6.31 crores Despite only Independence Day holiday.

With the holiday weekend coming to an end, the Aanand L Rai directorial may see a significant drop in Tuesday’s collections. As early trade reports came in, the film collected 2.20-3 crores The film’s collection will stand on the 6th day Rs 36-37 crore, This means that it will remain under 40 crore Mark this week.

With these numbers still on the lower end, Raksha Bandhan will have to fight a serious battle to collect some more moolahs at the box office from today. The next big release is Vijay Deverakonda’s Liger which will release on August 25. So this Akshay Kumar starrer still has time to add some more numbers. The only thing is that the film has to do well on weekdays.

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