Notebook 2nd day Collection Box Office Report Worldwide Business Till Now: A remake of 2014 Thai film ‘Teacher’s Diary’, Notebook has been released on 29th March 2019. The flick is getting mixed reviews from the critics. With an opening day collection of Rs 0.75 Cr, moving is heading toward the 2nd-day box office collection of Rs 1.5 Cr. This is another movie made under the production house of Salman Khan. Along with him, Murad Khetani and Ashwin Varde are other producers of the flick.
Notebook 2nd day Box Office Collection Prediction
With newcomers Zaheer Iqbal and pranutan Bahl in the lead role, Notebook had a low start at the box office. The opening day box office collection of the flick was Rs 0.75 Cr. And for its second day of the release, it is expecting to make a collection of Rs 1.5 Cr. The film is considered to be one of the best love stories of Bollywood and coming with the question, Is it possible to love someone without seeing the person?
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Notebook 2nd day Theater Occupancy Prediction
On its releasing day, which was a weekday, the flick got an occupancy of 20-25% which is low from the expectations. Also, the movie got released along with other Bollywood movie ‘Junglee‘, featuring another newcomer Vidyut Jammwal. Therefore, there is a lot of competition at the box office. Also, Akshay Kumar’s ‘Kesari‘, is on the list. The 2nd-day box office occupancy for the movie is expected to be 40-50%.
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Notebook 2nd day Overall Collection Prediction
Till yet the flick has collected, a total of Rs 2.36 Cr at Indian Box Office. The best part about the movie is scenery and it is like watching a dream. The song of the movie is also very good and the best thing, one of the song is sung by none other than Salman Khan. The movie was getting mixed reviews from both the audience and the critics.
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