Amidst the fervent clash with Ranbir Kapoor’s “Animal,” Vicky Kaushal’s latest release, “Sam Bahadur,” continues to make waves at the box office, achieving a significant milestone by crossing the ₹10.3 crore mark in India on its third day of release.
According to insights from Sacnilk.com, the Meghna Gulzar-directed film has showcased a steady performance, culminating in a substantial ₹25.55 crore earnings in its initial weekend run. With an occupancy rate of approximately 56.33 percent for its Hindi version on Sunday, “Sam Bahadur” witnessed a gradual surge in collections.
The film commenced its box office journey with an opening day collection of ₹6.26 crore, gradually escalating over the weekend. Saturday witnessed a remarkable 44 percent growth, garnering ₹9 crore, culminating in a total collection of ₹25.55 crore by the end of the weekend.
Film trade analyst Taran Adarsh shared early box office numbers on social media, expressing the film’s success at national chains. He noted a substantial performance at key metros and anticipated a robust Sunday collection for “Sam Bahadur.” The movie, starring Vicky Kaushal as the first Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw, spotlights the remarkable life and contributions of the legendary figure, supported by Sanya Malhotra essaying the role of his wife, alongside Fatima Sana Shaikh portraying former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.
In a head-to-head box office clash with “Animal,” Vicky Kaushal visited a Mumbai theater screening “Sam Bahadur” on Sunday, engaging with fans and expressing gratitude for their overwhelming response. He articulated his elation at witnessing a packed show, underscoring the immense joy derived from such a heartfelt reception.
As the competition at the box office intensifies, “Sam Bahadur” maintains its foothold, showcasing promising prospects for the week ahead. The film’s portrayal of a significant historical figure combined with Vicky Kaushal’s compelling performance continues to draw audiences, contributing to its burgeoning success amidst a competitive cinematic landscape.
Sources By Agencies