Shivaay 16th Day Collection Shivay 3rd Weekend Box Office Report: Shivaay of Ajay Devgn had collected decent amount at the BO over the period of past two weeks. Diwali clash between Ae Dil Hai Mushkil and Shivaay didn’t result in any good for either of the movies.
The clash received unnecessary attention in mainstream media, but nothing positive were seen at the BOC. Rather the facts and figures reveal that overall performance was even worse than usual releases. Shivay collection detailed report is given below. The numbers for Shivaay film was never expected to take a hike than the overall box office of big superstars.
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Ajay Devgn had a decent following in Bollywood, but the decision of going as a solo face in the movie was the worse. Film didn’t get up to the marked fan following, and the audience got limited in many ways. Some media channels and trade analysts expected better from Shivaay collection, but the audience proved everything wrong on the subsequent days.
As a result, Shivaay collection never took a great start in the multiplexes. The most audience for Shivay came from rural areas and single screens as well. However, performance in the PVR’s around the country was at par. Having the world class shooting levels, Shivay never experienced similar growth on the BO.Shivaay 16th Day Collection 16 Days Shivay 3rd Saturday Box Office Report
Major cities in which Shivaay collection keeps on ruling the figures includes Delhi, Mumbai, and East Punjab. Various states like Rajasthan and Gujarat also went well when it comes to the mark of Shivay collection.
16 Days Shivay 3rd Saturday Box Office Report
Day 1 – Friday (October 28): Rs 10.24 crore
Day 2 – Saturday (October 29): Rs 10.06 crore
Day 3 – Sunday (October 30): Rs 8.26 crore
Day 4 – Monday (October 31): Rs 17.35 crore
Day 5 – Tuesday (November 1): Rs 11.05 crore
Day 6 – Wednesday (November 2): Rs 7.4 crore
Day 7 – Thursday (November 3): Rs 6.05 crore
Day 8 – Friday (November 4): Rs 4.61 crore
Day 9 – Saturday (November 5): Rs 5.40 crore
Sunday (November 6): Rs 5,91 crore
Monday (November 7): Rs 3.90 crore
Tuesday (Nov 8): Rs 2 crore
2nd Wednesday (Nov.9) – Rs 2 cr
Shivaay 14th day collection (nov. 10) – rs. 2 cr
Shivay 15th Day Collection: Rs. 1.9 Crore
Shivaay 16th Day Collection – Rs. 1.50 cr
Shivaay 17th Day Collection – Rs 1 cr
Total collection (17 days): Rs 98.93 crore
Shivaay Worldwide box office collection: 110.43 crore
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The first two days earnings of Shivaay was around 20 crore rupees which were little less than expectations. The major setback was observed for a film with 110 crore rupees budget as there is less number of occupancy in comparison to the other days of Diwali holiday.
The big disappointment was because it’s the dream project of veteran actor Ajay Devgn and he didn’t receive equated response. The big disappointment was because it’s the dream project of veteran actor Ajay Devgn and he didn’t receive equated response.Shivaay 16th Day Collection 16 Days Shivay 3rd Saturday Box Office Report
On Sunday and Monday occupancy improved during the afternoon and evening show a bit more, and expected rate of 42% was achieved in the metro cities. The night shows are houseful in mass centers including Delhi, Mumbai, and Bangalore because on Diwali holiday.
On Monday, around 46% occupancy was found in theaters around the country. The night shows are houseful in mass centers including Delhi, Mumbai, and Bangalore because on Diwali holiday. On Monday, around 46% occupancy was found in theaters around the country.Shivaay 16th Day Collection 16 Days Shivay 3rd Saturday Box Office Report
Shivaay box office collection of 1st Tuesday was good in comparison. The movie suffered a drop but not that much. Because of screening in the single screens, fickle continues to stay strong during the night shows. Overall festive business on Monday was good considering it an average weekday but nothing special.
The occupancy rate of 35% was observed. Shivaay sixth and Seventh-day collection reports also went positive considering the quantum of response film had received in early days. It’s expected this movie will again rise during this weekend and earn another 40 crore rupees by the end of 2nd week.Shivaay 16th Day Collection 16 Days Shivay 3rd Saturday Box Office Report
Shivay 8th Day Collection was observed going well than the previous day in many cinemas across the country. Similar to the earlier days, occupancy was seen higher in the single screens in comparison to the multiplexes. Shivay collection holds up strong in many important areas too including the national capital Delhi and Bollywood capital Mumbai.
Shivaay 2nd Saturday Collection and Shivaay 10th Day Collection: The overall occupancy rate of 31% for the morning shows, 20% in the noon and 25% in the night shows was observed by our team around the various centers. Film had earned 5.4 crores on the first day of the 2nd weekend since there was no another release.Shivaay 16th Day Collection 16 Days Shivay 3rd Saturday Box Office Report
The Shivay 2nd Monday Collection didn’t go very well because of opening weekday and no holiday as well. It was the time when everything started for the real challenge for Bollywood movie to face the fierce competition.
Shivay box office collection on the 12th day was good considering the film had entered the final phase of 2nd week and could last for more 2 weeks from now. The movie received a mix response from audience till now. Occupancy on 13th/ 14th day also remains constant on the marks. Occupancy during the days were not more than 10%, but as no other Bollywood film was scheduled for release, it goes a big to perform.Shivaay 16th Day Collection 16 Days Shivay 3rd Saturday Box Office Report
The 2nd weekend opened good but less than the average occupancy on the weekdays. Because of the scheduled currency change in the country, the movie suffered big at the BO. Till now Shivay had earned over 110 crores at the box office which is great considering the initial response. 110 crores were the total budget for the film, and it had matched the price.