The Jungle Book 3rd Day Box Office Collection

Neel Sethi-starrer The Jungle Book was rocking big time on Sunday. The film has literally set the box office on fire. The houseful shows were reported in all over India. The Telugu, Tamil and Hindi version have shown huge growth on Sunday.

The Jungle Book box office collection on 3rd day will be in the range of 16-17 crore. It takes its opening weekend total to 39 crores. It has recorded the 2nd highest opening weekend of 2016 beating all Bollywood films of 2016 except Airlift.

The Jungle Book Sunday collection is almost in the same range of what Airlift collected on its first Sunday. The Jungle Book saw a mad rush with parents thronging theatres with their tiny tots to watch the new release. With the super word of mouth is translating into box office collections, the film is targeting 100 crore.

The film, with Indian-American actor Neel Sethi as Mowgli, made its way into the screens in Indian a week ahead of its release in the US and UK. In the film, animal characters are voiced by Bollywood stars such as Irrfan Khan, Priyanka Chopra, Nana Patekar, Shefali Shah and Om Puri joined for the Hindi version.

Total183.94 Cr
Day 110.09
Day 213.51
Day 316.87
Day 47.60
Day 57.07
Day 67.97
Day 710.97
Day 88.02
Day 98.51
Day 1010.67
Day 115.09
Day 126.37
Day 135.02
Day 144.01
Day 153.58
Day 166.65
Day 178.69
Day 183.02
Day 193.01
Day 202.94
Day 212.75
Day 221.78
Day 233.53
Day 245.16
Day 251.76
Day 261.87
Day 271.71
Day 281.53
Day 290.75
Day 301.34
Day 311.52
Day 320.60
Day 330.60
Day 340.56
Day 350.65
Day 360.59
Day 370.90
Day 381.11
Day 390.49
Day 400.42
Day 410.53
Day 420.45
Day 430.34
Day 440.56
Day 450.67
Day 460.28
Day 470.25
Day 480.24
Day 490.23


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  1. Actually I was thinking about 14-15cr on Sunday but This is just Superb Collection for Sunday with around 16-17cr.

  2. Beautiful movie just take-back to my school days…..Anyway better watch super quality film like JB than filthy rip-off ‘The Fan’.