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Box Office: ‘Baaji’ Inches Towards Rs. 100 Milion Milestone

Meera and Amna Ilyas starrer “Baaji” has been doing wonders at box office. Film, as expected was launched to a decent opening but with rave reviews and good word of mouth, film has shown a tremendous hold at ticket windows by generating the biggest business in second week among this year’s Pakistani films, leaving behind the second week gross of films like “Sher Dil”, “Wrong No  2” and “Chhalawa”.

Film has raked in a whopping 9.1 crore by its third Monday and is performing tremendously well even on the week days of third week and is anticipated to cross 10 crore mark this coming weekend. This, just like last year’s “Teefa in Trouble” and “The Donkey King” has further cemented the fact that if a film has a strong content, it will ultimately make its place in the market without the need of releasing on Eid.

Weekly Breakdown:

Film launched to 4.5 crore on first week, followed by 3 crore in second week and 1.4 crore in its third weekend. Here’s an estimated breakdown by Entertainment Pakistan of film’s earnings so far:

First Week:  4.5 crore

Second Week: 3 crore

Third Weekend: 1.4 crore

Third Monday: 23 lacs

Total so far: 9.13 crore

Up Next Films:

There are four films releasing in theaters across the country this Friday, out of which two are Hollywood titles while two are local releases. “Ready Steady No”, an independent local film is releasing alongside Danish Taimoor starrer emotional drama “Sirf Tum Hi Tou Ho”, while the Hollywood releases include a psychological horror flick “MA” and a live-action reboot of a classic animated film, “The Lion King”. It will be intresting to see how “Baaji” scores in its fourth week infront of these four new releases and other Hollywood holdovers like “Annabelle”, “Crawl”, “Aladdin” and “Spider man Far from Home”.

Azadar Kazmi

Written by Azadar Kazmi

Biotechnolosgist by profession, Azadar kazmi one of the founding members of Pakistani Cinema page is a die heart movie buff. The face of Pakistani Cinema page is currently content head and editor at pakistanicinema.net (Email : [email protected])

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