Badhaai Ho vs Namaste England vs Helicopter Eela box office collections: Ayushmann Khurranna is current BO king

Oct 24, 2018, 14:58 PM IST
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Badhaai Ho vs Namaste England vs Helicopter Eela box office collections: The recently released Bollywood movies including Badhaai Ho, Namaste England and Helicopter Eela, have provided enough options to movie goers to pick and choose to entertain themselves in this festival season. Of these films, not all have pleased the spectators but Ayushmann Khurranna starrer Badhaai Ho is ruling the BO roost even as Namaste England has flopped. Let us have look at their box office performances in terms of their earnings.

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1. Badhaai Ho box office collection: The Ayushmann Khurranna starrer has crossed the Rs 50-cr mark in terms of box office collection on Day 5. This Bollywood flick is expected to do well till Diwali and thereafter too, as analysts predict it to cross Rs 65 cr mark in Week 1 itself. The story of Badhaai Ho revolves around a middle-aged couple, whose life is upended when the woman gets pregnant, creating embarrassment for the entire family. The female lead role is played by Neena Gupta.
 
After earning Rs 7.35 cr on the opening day (Thursday, Badhaai Ho, which has received rave reviews, has managed to earn Rs 11.85 cr on the second day, Rs 12.80 cr on 3rd day, Rs 13.70 cr on Day 4, and Rs 5.65 cr on Monday, making lifetime collection at Rs 51.35 cr. Image source: DNA

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2. Namaste England box office collection: Starring Arjun Kapoor and Pariniti Chopra this film failed to make much headway at the box office. The romantic comedy managed to earn just Rs 7.45 cr. The film's opening day collection was Rs 1.75 crore, followed by Rs 2 cr on day 1, Rs 1.50 cr on day 3, Rs 1.30 cr on day 4, Rs 0.50 cr on day 5 and Rs 0.40 cr on day 6. Image source: Facebook

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3. Helicopter Eela box office collection: This Kajol starrer, which hit screens a day earlier in the overseas market, has also failed to attract audience, thereby, earning merely Rs 4.10 cr. The film, directed by Pradeep Sarkar, opened on a slow note. The opening day collection was Rs 0.60 cr, followed by Rs 1.00 cr day 2, Rs 1.25 cr day 3, Rs 0.40 cr day 4, Rs 0.35 cr day 5, Rs 0.30 cr day 6, and Rs 0.20 cr on day 7. Image source: Reuters

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