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The Ghazi Attack Box Office Collection: it is true that the attempt is very fresh as there is no such movie before that tried to bring such an important episode of India’s warfare that was committed at the underwater. The Ghazi Attack is unique in that way. The movie got a bunch of serious actors too to enhance the quality of the movie, though it failed to create a huge buzz at the box office. The Ghazi Attack box office collection is running under a moderate spell and upcoming days can be tough for the film.
The Ghazi Attack 3rd Day Box Office Collection in India
There are a number of issues that actually hindered The Ghazi Attack box office collection. In spite of having a great and unusual plot the promotional part was weak for the movie. On the other hand competing with last week release, Jolly LLB 2 is difficult. The only beneficial factor is the movie has released in Telugu too, that gave it some more business. With 45% occupancy rate, in general, The Ghazi Attack 3rd day box office collection minted Rs. 6.66 Crore approximately.
The Ghazi Attack 3rd Day Box Office Collection in Overseas
The Ghazi Attack failed to get international acclamation, and the reason is its serious content. The absence of any big face of the industry apart from Rana Daggubati did not work for the movie’s star value. The movie has released in selective theaters and did some minimal business. On the third day, The Ghazi Attack box office collection in overseas is Rs. 2.4 Crore with general occupancy of 32% approximately.
The Ghazi Attack 3rd Day Total Worldwide Box Office Collection
The Ghazi Attack 3rd day total worldwide collection is Rs. 9 Crore approximately. The only positive side of The Ghazi Attack box office collection is there is no big release this week to give the film competition. The other release Running Shaadi failed to create any spark at the box office. So The Ghazi Attack actually compete with the previous week release Jolly LLB 2. Now, the upcoming days will reveal how strong The Ghazi Attack is to survive box office business.