Jagan Shakti’s space drama Mission Mangal is flying high in the box office toward the part of the extended first week. On Day 7, the film gathered the lifetime business of Akshay Kumar’s last year release, Jolly LLB 2. It earned Rs 6.93 crore on Thursday (Day 8), taking its total collection so far to Rs 128.16 crore.
Mission Mangal 8 Days Worldwide Box Office Collection
Mission Mangal, which is recently Akshay’s greatest ever opener, is out of control in the box office and is good to go to cross the lifetime collection of his last release Kesari next week.
Mission Mangal box office collection 8 Days
Day 1 – Thursday (August 15) – Rs 29.16 crore
Day 2 – Friday (August 16) – Rs 17.28 crore
Day 3 – Saturday (August 17) – Rs 23.58 crore
Day 4 – Sunday (August 18) – Rs 27.54 crore
Day 5 – Monday (August 19) – Rs 8.91 crore
Day 6 – Tuesday (August 20) – Rs 7.92 crore
Day 7 – Wednesday (August 21) – Rs 6.84 crore
Day 8 – Thursday (August 22) – Rs 6.93 crore
Total eight-day box office collection of Mission Mangal: Rs 128.16 crore
Mission Mangal gloats of a strong outfit cast, including Vidya Balan, Taapsee Pannu, Sonakshi Sinha, Sharman Joshi, Kirti Kulhari and Nithya Menen. The Independence Day release brought to 70 mm the mind-blowing story of India’s maiden interplanetary mission – the Mars Orbiter Mission. With its prosperity, the Indian Space Research Organization turned into the fourth space agency to effectively send a spacecraft to Mars circle.
Mission Mangal commends the accomplishments of the scientists who worked throughout every day to make the mission effective. The satellite was intended to have an existence of a half year yet it finished 1000 days in its circle in June 2017 and keeps on radiating back science information from Mars even at this point.
Even though Mission Mangal conflicted in the box office with Nikkhil Advani’s Batla House, featuring John Abraham, it has dashed miles in front of its rival. At the trailer launch of Mission Mangal, Akshay said that movies conflicting in the box office were inescapable, with such huge numbers of movies releasing every week.
“In a year, more than 180 Hindi films release and then there are about 30 to 40 Hollywood films as well so there would be a lot of congestion. In the future, there will be more problems as maybe at that time four to five films may clash at the same time,” he said.
Mission Mangal is relied upon to confront the strong challenge from the following huge release, the multi-lingual action thriller Saaho, featuring Prabhas and Shraddha Kapoor, which hits the theaters on August 30.