Fighter had a strong fourth weekend at the box office

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"Fighter" had a strong fourth weekend at the box office, with the film collecting approximately 2 crore net on its fourth Sunday, bringing the weekend total to around 4.25 crore net. The total collection of the film now stands at approximately 205 crore NBOC.

With the way "Fighter" is trending, it is highly likely that its lifetime business will surpass the 210 crore net mark, potentially reaching as high as 215 crore NBOC, especially as it continues to secure screens for few more weeks. Despite initially performing below the mark in the first week, the film stabilized from the second week onwards, and its consistent performance pushed the collections beyond the 200 crore net mark.

In the overseas market, "Fighter" has nearly accumulated 100 crore gross. Overall, its worldwide total has reached approximately 340 crore GBOC. There's a strong possibility that the film could touch 350 crore GBOC globally by the end of its theatrical run.


Fighter Collection Breakup:


Week 1 - ₹149.5 cr net approx


Week 2 - ₹37.95 cr net approx


Week 3 - 13.25 cr net approx


Weekend 4 - 4.25 cr net approx


Total - ₹204.95 cr net approx


Overseas - ₹97.5 cr GBOC approx


Worldwide - ₹340.3 cr GBOC approx*


Verdict - Average


*Data to be updated


Also Read - Fighter Detailed Box Office Collection - India, Overseas and Worldwide


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  1. How come your verdict is average?
    A film with a budget of 300 crores collected a net of 200 crores, then how is it possible to get an average verdict?

    Was this movie bought by the distributor in India for 100 crores? Of course not, how come your verdict is Average?

    #Change DUNKI movie final Verdict.
    DUNKI in OVERSEAS - BLOCKBUSTER with 200cr Gross collection.
    DUNKI in INDIA - HIT/Super Hit with 230cr Net collection.
    Worldwide - Super Hit with 470cr Gross collection (If added OTT streaming, TV satellite and music rights then it is BLOCKBUSTE for makers).

    Don't be biased towards Shahrukh Khan movies.

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