The Akshay Kumar starrer Sooryavanshi that released last week has been doing brisk business at the box office. After opening on a thunderous note the business of the film continued to grow on its second and third day in cinemas as well. Now after its opening weekend Sooryavanshi has managed to draw in Rs. 77.08 cr in just three days.In this box office report we take a look at the opening weekend business of Sooryavanshi while comparing the same to previous releases of 2021. Collecting Rs. 77.08 cr, Sooryavanshi while is the first big ticket Bollywood entertainer to hit screens post the second lockdown has managed to become the highest opening weekend grosser of 2021. In fact, the business of Sooryavanshi that released in over 3000 screens has far surpass the previous releases like Bellbottom that collected Rs. 12.75 cr, Roohi that collected Rs. 12.58 cr, Mumbai Saga that collected Rs. 8.74 cr, Chehre that collected Rs. 1.70 cr, Thalaivii that collected Rs. 1.07 cr, and Saina that had collected Rs. 0.68 cr.Currently, Sooryavanshi continues to run with audience thronging cinema halls like pre-covid times. With more states relaxing Covid-19 protocols allowing for greater occupancy in theatres and with positive reviews the business of Sooryavanshi is expected to grow even further. In fact, trade predictions state that the business of the film will easily make it across the Rs. 100 cr mark in the next couple of days.Top 5 Highest Opening Weekend Grosser of 2021 at a glance:Sooryavanshi – Rs. 77.08 crBellbottom – Rs. 12.75 crRoohi – Rs. 12.58 crMumbai Saga – Rs. 8.74 crChehre – Rs. 1.70 crThalaivii – Rs. 1.07 cr More Pages: Sooryavanshi Box Office Collection , Sooryavanshi Movie Review Loading…
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