Gully Boy box office collection: Ranveer Singh, Alia Bhatt's rap drama rakes in Rs 120.80 cr in 12 days

Gully Boy is expected to cross the Rs 125 crore mark by the end of this week.

FP Staff February 26, 2019 16:28:04 IST
Gully Boy box office collection: Ranveer Singh, Alia Bhatt's rap drama rakes in Rs 120.80 cr in 12 days

Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt's musical drama Gully Boy's current box office collection stands at Rs 120.80 crore. The film managed to rake in only Rs 2.45 crore on Monday after Rs 7.05 crore on Sunday. According to trade analysts, Gully Boy's revenue generation has slowed down and its lifetime business will be determined depending on how it fares after the release of Luka Chuppi and Sonchiriya.

Gully Boy box office collection Ranveer Singh Alia Bhatts rap drama rakes in Rs 12080 cr in 12 days

Ranveer Singh in a still from Gully Boy. YouTube

The film has raked in Rs 59.52 crore at the international box office, as reported by trade analysts.

Loosely based on the lives of rappers DIVINE and Naezy, Gully Boy follows a Muslim rapper (played by Ranveer), who struggles to break away from the oppressive class structure while looking for the right opportunity to propel his musical career. The film, which released on Valentine's Day, also stars Siddhant Chaturvedi, Kalki Koechlin, Vijay Verma and Vijay Raaz, among others.

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