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Tubelight ‘ s 6th Day Box Office Collection

Salman Khan’s Tubelight got released on 23rd June 2017 and unlike Sultan and Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Tubelight dimmed at the box office as it collected only Rs 21.15 crore on its first day. But on Wednesday i.e on 28th June, it saw a slump but entered the 100 crore club.

Seeing the graph we are not sure whether it will be able to reach the 200 crore club. Even trade expert, Akshaye Rathi said, “I feel the movie can collect somewhere in the range of Rs 150 crore plus in its lifetime run. Next weekend we only have Transformers: The Last Knight, which will take just one screen from every multiplex and single screens. But largely, in its second weekend too, it is going to be Tubelight all over the country. There is no other choice that the public has at the moment. So it will continue to rake in the moolah.”

Tubelight’s Collection till Wednesday.

Fri 21.15 crore

Sat 21.17 crore

Sun 22.45 crore

Mon 19.09 crore

Tue 12 crore

Wed 10 crore

On Wednesday it somehow managed to touch Rs 100 crore. But Tubelight seems to have the lowest collection movie of Salman Khan in Eid.

‘Tubelight’ is a family drama where we see Salman aka Laxman’s love for his family and his belief in himself. The film also stars Zhu Zhu who is playing Salman’s love interest, Matin Rey Tangu, Shah Rukh Khan, late Om Puri and Sohail Khan.

To get more updates on Tubelight’s collection, keep reading our space.

 

Murtaza Rangwala

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