Day 1 80 Lakh
Day 2 1.5 Crore
Day 3 2 Crore
Day 4 2.2 Crore
Day 5 1.2 Crore
Day 6 1.1 Crore
Day 7 2.4 Crore
Day 8 2.1 Crore
Day 9 1.4 Crore
Day 10 90 Lakhs
Day 11 85 Lakhs
Day 12 40 Lakhs
Baaz (Punjabi Movie) 2nd Week Box Office Collection Full Report and Details
Babu Maan’s Baaz movie is loving by people day by day. Crowd looks excited to see this film specially among the punjabi’s. As par review audience on first day of releasing was full of crowds to see the film. People love the the story of the film and the chemistry between the stars in the film.
Baaz is making good earnings. Great craze is among the audience in outsides of the multiplexes and theaters. Baaz is a punjabi love movie and love by the youngers because of its romantinv mixed action story. Also it is a familiy entertainer film.
On 1st day of opening Baaz make good profits and make good Box office collection. on second day also it makes collection of good money. On today 3rd day Baaz also make good money of Rs. 2 Crore but not so good as compare with previous earnings.
Babbu Maan’s every films had some awesome job in the Box Office Collection nad also it all movie songs and recieved great response from the Viewrs. Babbu maan’s Baaz also make good collection across the Worldwide.
“Happy New Year” has grossed £29,378 from 23 screens at the UK box office in the fourth weekend and its 24-day collection stands at £1,309,501 (₹12.70 crore). The movie has landed in the third place, while Punjabi film “Chaar Sahibzaade” (£322,429) and “Kill Dil” (£98,074) graced first and second spots in the business chart in the country.
Punjabi movies “Chaar Sahibzaade” (A$486,556) and “Baaz” (A$42,507) and “Kill Dil” have pushed down “Happy New Year” to fourth spot in Australian business chart. The heist drama has A$6,996 from 8 screens at the Australia box office in the fourth weekend. Its 24-day collection has reached A$735,757 (₹3.98 crore) in the country.
“Happy New Year” has been pushed down to third place by “Chaar Sahibzaade” (NZ$41,920) and “Kill Dil” (NZ$16,406) at the business chart in the New Zealand in its fourth weekend. The multi-starrer movie has raked in NZ$4,731 from 4 screens at the box office, taking its 24-day total to NZ$293,522 (₹1.44 crore).