January 23, 2019

URI - The Surgical Strike 2nd Tuesday (12th Day) Box Office Collection, Superb Hold!

URI -The Surgical Strike has shown superb hold on 2nd Tuesday (12th day) at box office. Film registered a drop of around 5-10% from previous day which is absolute minimal. Film is now heading for an extra-ordinary second week.

URI has collected an approx 6.3 crore nett on day 12. Film total collection stands at approx 122.2 crore nett. Film should touch 132-133 crore nett by the end of this week.


URI should retain good enough screens for third week running despite big release in Manikarnika and Thackeray. Film is almost certain to cross 150 crore mark now. In fact the way film is trending even 200 crore is a possibility. In addition there is republic day is coming and URI may do a surgical strike again in the coming weekend. 

Collection Breakup - 

Friday -> 8.2 crore nett

Saturday -> 12.4 crore nett

Sunday -> 15.1 crore nett


Monday -> 10.5 crore nett


Tuesday -> 9.55 crore nett


Wednesday -> 7.75 crore nett


Thursday -> 7.4 crore nett


2nd Friday -> 7.7 crore nett


2nd Saturday -> 13.35 crore nett


2nd Sunday -> 17.15 crore nett


2nd Monday -> 6.8 crore nett


2nd Tuesday -> 6.3 crore nett

Total -> 122.2 crore nett approx

Verdict -> Blockbuster

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3 comments:

  1. 200 Crores looks tough but 185+ crores is very much getable. It won't be able to repeat it's miracle hold in week number 3 as screens will definitely reduce due to Manikarnika. But still, It should be able to do about 30/32 crore business in week 3. However, once the business get into lower levels it stays there even if the movie holds strong. From there it is hard to post big numbers.

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  2. Missing parshya aunty..😢😢😢

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  3. This film deserved all time blockbuster status based on the trending alone! I saw the film, I have to say it is a benchmark for bollywood on how to use budget wisely. Hard to believe that the budget is under 50 crores and yet they have managed to make a film that looks atleast 100cr. Script and content always wins.

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