Naam Shabana box office collection: Taapsee's film on upward swing with 19 cr on opening weekend
Naam Shabana's total collections over the weekend now stands as 19 crore.
Naam Shabana, a film with actress Taapsee Pannu playing the central character, has minted Rs 5.12 crore on its opening day in India. The figure was confirmed by the film's spokesperson.
By day two, the film had raked in around 11 crores, as confirmed by Taran Adarsh.
#NaamShabana witnessed healthy 24.41% growth on Sat... Sun biz is crucial... Fri 5.12 cr, Sat 6.37 cr. Total: ₹ 11.49 cr. India biz.
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) April 2, 2017
India Today reports that with 7.5 crores on Sunday, Naam Shabana's total collections over the weekend now stands as 19 crore.
Co-starring Akshay Kumar, Anupam Kher, Manoj Bajpayee, Danny Denzongpa and Prithviraj Sukumaran, the Shivam Nair directorial released in around 2100 screens across India, according to trade pundits.
The film is a spin-off of the 2015 hit Baby, in which Taapsee featured as Shabana. Now the new movie tells the story behind her character.
Taapsee has thanked the public for driving the business of Naam Shabana, which is her fourth Bollywood outing after Chashme Baddoor, Baby and Pink.
(With inputs from IANS)
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