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Kesari: Staggering box office record in three days

Kesari got an opening day earning of Rs 21.5 crore, which is more than Gully Boy that made Rs 19.40 crore, Total Dhamaal that grossed Rs 16.5 crore and Captain Marvel’s Rs 13.01 crore

[pullquote]Film trade analyst Taran Adarsh’s report on box-office earnings of Kesari[/pullquote]

Mumbai: Akshay Kumar and Parineeti Chopra-starrer Kesari is creating records in box office collections. On the first day, the movie has recorded the highest opening in Bollywood record even as the film got a good turn on the second and third days as well.

According to the report of film trade analyst Taran Adarsh, the film has earned Rs 18.75 crore on the third day. So, the film has earned Rs 56.51 crore in India by combining three days of earnings (Rs 21.06 crore + Rs 16.70 crore + Rs 18.75 crore).

As for the highest opening film of this year, Kesari is currently on top. these are the top four openings for movies of the year:

Kesari: Rs 21.5 crore

Gully Boy: Rs 19.40 crore

Total Dhamaal: Rs 16.5 crore

Captain Marvel: Rs 13.01 crore

The whole team of Kesari is obviously very happy with the good response to the film.

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