Kesari box office collection day 4: Akshay Kumar has hit a jackpot at the Indian box office with his latest release Kesari and currently dominates the ticket window. The film has already crossed the figure of 50 crores in just 3 days of its release and is now eager to complete its opening weekend on a grand note. Positive words from both the critics and the audience have changed from 1 day to the number of the box office. On the first day of its release, the film had a great start by paying cash on the festival of Holi and earned Rs 21.06 crore. The biggest opener of 2019.
Kesari box office collection day 4, Akshay Kumar film earns Rs78.07 crore
On the second day, the film saw a considerable decline in its collection due to the working day, but still, it managed to reach double digits by earning Rs 16.70 crores at the box office. On 3 days (Saturday), there was a sharp increase in the country and earning Rs 18.75 crore. On Sunday, Kesari also performed exceptionally well in metropolitan and public circuits and earned Rs. 21 crores (approx.) As per initial estimates.
Kesari box office collection day 4, Akshay Kumar and Parineeti Chopra are in the lead role in Kesari along with Mir Sarwar, Vansh Bhardwaj, Jaspreet Singh, Vivek Saini, and Vikram Kochhar’s supporting actors. The film, which is based on the battle of Saragarhi, in which an army of 21 Sikhs fought against 10,000 Afghan invaders in 1897, was released on 3,500 screens in India. For the latest updates, you can visit www.indiatimelines.com.
Although Kesari’s advance booking has not been so welcome, the film starring Akshay Kumar still seems to have the maximum effect due to the nearness of his surroundings. It is expected that in the coming days, the film will be rake at Moohla at the box office.
Kesari co-wrote and directed by Anurag Singh of Dil Bole Hadippa! The fame is based on the war of 1897 in Saragarhi. In one of the worst battles ever fought in the history of mankind, it saw 21 Sikh soldiers of the British Indian army carrying 10,000 Afghans invaders. Prior to the martyrdom, the Sikhs had succeeded in causing major damage to enemy ranks.