Raid has done an excellent business on its first two days at the box office. The film earned a similar collection to Akshay Kumar’s Padman on its previous two days. Now, Raid third day earning would decide the future of the film in the coming days. Let’s have a look at Raid Sunday Collection early estimates in details.

Excellent Performance

Raid started its journey at the box office on a solid note and crossed Rs. 10 crores mark on its opening day. On its second day, the film gained momentum and witnessed around 38% growth due to Saturday. There is a huge craze of the film among the audience and a good amount of audience is showing its presence in the theaters. However, the film has registered a little low footfall at some of the places where it was expected to do well.

Ajay Devgn in raid

3rd Day Early Estimates

Seeing the performance of the film on the first two days, Raid is expected to earn an outstanding amount on Sunday. It is very important for the film to witness a good growth on its third day to take its first weekend total to a high value. Padman witnessed decent growth on its first Sunday because the film failed to attract rural families due to its Subject. Whereas this is not the case with Raid as it is a family film and hence it would attract more footfalls on Sunday than Padman.

Talking about Raid Sunday Collection, then it would grow by over 60% from its opening day. The film is likely to cross the mark of Rs. 40 crores over the first weekend and Monday would be a crucial day for the film to decide its fate at the box office. More updates about the film collection will be made available soon.

Update: Raid witnesses growth on Sunday and earned Rs. 17.11 crores. The total of the film stands at Rs. 41.01 crores.


First Published on: 10:09 am - 18, Mar 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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