Salman Khan's Dabangg 2 opened to a big start on Friday and it's continued to fare well at the box office despite the winter chills up north. Just three days later, the film's already earned over 60 crores.
The film fetched an excellent start on Friday earning 21.10 crore, it dipped on Saturday with 19.06 crore, but witnessed a massive growth on Sunday, earning approximately 24-25 crores (estimates; final total could vary).
Business was also affected in North India due to the cold wave. Elsewhere, the film has set new records. Overall, the 3-day total has been simply fantastic. The film collected approximately Rs. 64 crore to Rs. 65 crore nett in its opening weekend.
Dabangg 2 going strong, spells profit for all
Dabangg 2, the last big release of 2012, seems to cap the year on a profitable note. The Salman Khan-starrer opened with a record-breaking collection of Rs.21.10 crore on the first day and trade pundits predict it will enter the Rs.100-crore club. Rajesh Thadani of Multimedia Combines told IANS that Dabangg 2 has opened "exceptionally well at the box office on Friday" and on Saturday "collected around Rs.17 crore and is going housefull on Sunday". PROFITS GALORE
BO report: Salman Khan's Dabangg 2 set to create history
Dabangg 2 is all set to create history in India. Rewrite boxoffice records. Set new benchmarks. The latest Salman Khan starrer opened to a thunderous, earth-shattering, unimaginable response across the nation. While the morning shows took off with fervour, the noon shows maintained the pace across the country, despite the fact that the film has opened really wide in India [2250 cinema halls, 3500 + screens]. BO REPORT
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Anupama Chopra's review: Dabangg 2
What remains consistent is the sheer fun of watching Robin Hood Pandey solve the many problems of the world by breaking necks. I think complicated times call for uncomplicated heroes and Chulbul Pandey fits the bill perfectly. REVIEW INSIDE
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If you've heard and liked Pandeyjee Seeti Bajaye song from Dabangg 2, listen also to Chalat Musafir from Teesri Kasam(1966). You might sense the similarity immediately.
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"We have our third film ready and it will go back and show how Chulbul Pandey becomes Chulbul Pandey. If the second one becomes a hit, we can go to the third one, which is actually the first one. So Dabangg 3 will be a prequel," said Salman, who plays a corrupt, but kind-hearted cop in the movie. FULL STORY
Salman Khan to enter the 200 crore club with Dabangg 2?
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"100 crore is passe now, not just for him but every superstar worth his salt. Akshay Kumar, Shah Rukh Khan, Ajay Devgn and now even Ranbir Kapoor has cracked it. Aamir anyway started it all. So for how long can one continue to bask in the glory of something which is fast becoming a trend and is almost a rule than being an exception. The new 'mantra' is 200 crore. Only Aamir is sitting pretty there after 3 Idiots. Now Salman is the one who can take a possible shot at that mark", comments an insider. READ MORE
Salman Khan's Dabangg 2 gets cleared without cuts
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(With additional inputs)