Sarbjit 2nd Day Box Office Collection

The latest Aishwarya Rai’s film Sarbjit has failed to live up to the expectations. After a low opening day, there was some growth on Saturday but that was not up to the mark. As per the official figures Sarbjit 2nd day box office collection is 4.56 crore.

Today, the film had a decent jump in the evening shows after another slow start in the morning. The growth has only come in North India meanwhile circuits like Assam, CI remained dull. Sarbjit 2nd day collection has shown a 23% jump from yesterday but ideally it needed 50% jump. As we have reported yesterday, the film managed to show growth in North but there were also drops at other places.

Sarbjit box office collection in 2 days will be over 8 crore. So the opening weekend is targeting for 13 crore. There are many concerns for the film as it has been dull in multiplexes and completely rejected in some circuits. Despite being made in low cost, the film is not in the safe zone and needs a good run for recovering cost. With not much competition in the second week, we can hope that it will manage to break even.

After reviews, the general word of mouth also has been on the mixed side.

Sarbjit Saturday Collection (2nd Day)

4.56 Crore

Total29.17 Cr
Day 13.69
Day 24.56
Day 35.71
Day 42.09
Day 52.1
Day 61.91
Day 71.75
1st Week22.09
Day 81.10
Day 91.45
Day 102.03
Day 110.75
Day 12-141.75

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Also tell us what do you think about Sarbjit 2nd day box office collection.


  1. I think it wil be around 4.25cr then 4.5cr on Sunday & Weekend of 12.25-12.5cr & Week 1 will be 17.5cr & lifetime below 20cr……….Flop \Disaster.

  2. Comment:arena I am noticing that from last few releases your day wise estimates are not so accurate that used to be 2 3 month earlier at that your estimates was almost near to actual figure BT now days there is little more varying why sooo Kindly reply

  3. Sarabjit will be flop at the boxoffice. Life time collections will be less than 18-19 crore. The verdict will be:- Flop/Disaster