Bharat Indian Hindi language movie which is directed and written by Ali Abbas Zafar has a blast opening. Salman Khan’s Bharat earned Rs 30-35 crore on its first-day show. It was released in 4700 screens in India and on over 1300 screens overseas. The movie was released in 43 countries and managed to get a bumper opening. Salman Khan has a trend of releasing his movie on Eid every year. In 2016 his film Sultan opened Rs 35.54 crore, then in 2017 Tubelight earned Rs21.15 crore on its first day and last year on Eid his movie Race 3 was released which earned 29.17 crore and now this year again he gave Eidi to his fans by releasing his new movie Bharat. The three hours movie has got thumbs up from critics as well.
Salman Khan’s Bharat Movie Box Office Collection Day-2.
The second day of Bharat early morning shows has started a little bit slower. But this is not a major concern as the film can show its growth in the second half of the day. The percentage for the second day of the morning shows opened to 25-28%. But it can be said that the film should register its growth from evening onwards as family audiences will come out in numbers to watch the movie. Because of the weekday, the drop is inevitable in the morning. We can say that the percentage can go to 70-75% high as compared to the first-day opening.
It is aimed that the second-day box office collection can be up to Rs 23-25 crore nett or even more. As it is a working day, so we can say that earning Rs 15 crore nett will be good. But as it is Salman Khan film expectations are high.
The movie Bharat is based on South Korean film “Ode to My Father (2014)”, which traces the history of South Korea which explains the life of a man spanning from the 1950s to 2010. The movie depicts the life of a man from the time of Partition if India 1947 till the present day. In the movie, Bharat’s father stays back in present-day Pakistan and makes his eight-year-old son promise to lead the household and keep the family together, no matter what. Bharat’s life over a period of 60 years, from 18 to 70 years of age, traces India’s post-independence history.