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‘Dunki’ box office collection day 1 early estimates: The Shah Rukh Khan starrer had an occupancy of 26 percent on opening day | Hindi Movie News – Times of India

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Shah Rukh Khan starrer ‘Dunki‘ is released today after much anticipation. This is SRK’s first ever collaboration with Rajkumar Hirani and so the expectations were high. The film has a good response on Day 1 despite being a non-holiday movie. The reviews are also quite positive and it is expected that the business will grow over the weekend through positive word of mouth.
On Thursday, December 21, ‘Dunki’ had an overall occupancy of 26 percent.As per early estimates, ‘Dunki’ is expected to do a business of Rs 30 crore on its opening day (in all languages) as per Sacnilk.com. While this number may not be as big as ‘Pathaan’ or ‘Jawan’, it is still considered good as the film is a social comedy made for the family audience. As per trends, only big massy action movies are working post pandemic and ‘Dunki’ was also a non-holiday release. Hence, the trade experts had predicted that a number above Rs 35 crore should be good for ‘Dunki’. Today, the film had occupied all the screens in all the theatre chains.
Trade experts also believed that the makers have purposely released the film on a non-holiday Thursday so that the box office numbers and footfalls grow over the Christmas weekend through positive word of mouth.
But, tomorrow onwards ‘Salaar Part 1: Ceasefire’ will also release. The rift regarding the number of screens has finally ended. The film will release in National chains after the agreement for equal sharing in north and 70% sharing in south. Hence, it shall face a huge competition from ‘Salaar’ as the advance bookings look massive.
Well, the Christmas weekend will be long and the holiday spirit should equally work in the favour of both these movies and they can both do well provided the content is liked by the audience.



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