Both the films namely Gold and Satyameva Jayate had witnessed a jump after a fall on yesterday due to Bakr Eid holiday. In the first seven days, the films went through highs and lows which led to their unpredictable performances. On the second Wednesday, Gold took a bigger jump than Satyameva Jayate and took its total to a very good value. Satyameva Jayate also improved from the previous day to earn well. Here is Satyameva Jayate as well as Gold 8th day collection report.

Akshay Kumar in Gold

Holiday Benefits Both the Films

Gold movie witnessed a jump of around 33% from Tuesday and collected Rs. 6 crores on the second Wednesday. Akshay Kumar’s film managed to take a good advantage of the holiday due to Bakr Eid which helped the film to take its total earning over Rs. 85 crores. Gold is doing better on holidays than the normal days and witnessing a good jump in the theaters.

John Abraham and Aisha Sharma in Satyameva Jayate

Satyameva Jayate also had a good jump of 26% on its 8th day to earn over Rs. 4.70 crores. This has enabled the action film to reach over Rs. 60 crores. It is a pretty good total for this type of film and it has already done its job at the box office. Also, this is the highest grosser solo film of the actor John Abraham after the movie Welcome Back.

All Eyes On the Remaining Weekdays Collection

Gold and Satyameva Jayate would drop on Thursday as well as Friday. But the thing which matters is the magnitude of their drop. If both the films managed to drop decently then they could easily earn even more in the theaters. Gold has more chances to perform well while Satyameva Jayate is not expected to hold strong as compared to Gold. The second-weekend collection would decide the lifetime total of films at the box office. More updates about the films will be made available soon.

First Published on: 12:32 pm - 23, Aug 2018
Author: author image Piyush Chugh
Piyush Chugh is an established film critic, and Bollywood Trade analyst. He brings to you the latest box office news and collection updates.
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