Race 3 field office day 6: Salman Khan film acquired Rs 9.25 crore on Wed, bring its total home collection to Rs 142.01 crore.
Race 3 field office day 6: The Salman Khan film found a dip as it made a hue over Rs 9 crore on Thursday.
Bollywood superstar Salman Khan’s Competition 3 pack office collection needed a major drop on Wed at the local ticket house windows after roaring effectively for five times – the film gathered Rs 9.25 crore on the sixth day of the discharge, making a total of Rs 142.01 crore at the field office, a statement from the companies claimed. Together with the Thursday night collection, it is likely to earn over Rs 150 crore. With an wide open weekend — there are no produces this week — up in advance, Competition 3 is likely to post a Rs 200 crore business soon.
Salman Khan, along with co-stars Jacqueline Fernandez and Daisy Shah, made a particular video meaning to thank enthusiasts for Race 3’s fantastic business. The video recording was taken when Salman — along with Katrina Kaif, Jacqueline Fernandez, Daisy Shah, Sonakshi Sinha and more — still left for the next calf of Da-bangg: The Tour Reloaded. The actor thanked his followers for all the love and appreciation on the video recording.
Aimed by Remo D’Souza, Race 3 became the highest opener of 2018, toppling Tiger Shroff’s Baaghi 2 (Rs 25.10 crore) and Deepika Padukone’s Padmaavat (Rs 19 crore), when it earned Rs 29.17 crore on June 15. The film is also Salman’s 4th one to cross the Rs 100-crore tag in three days and nights, after Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Sultan and Tiger Zinda Hai.
Race 3 released across 4200 monitors in India which is also Salman’s second highest weekend opener within the last eight years; Sultan acquired Rs 180.36 crore in three days and nights of the release.
Starring Jacqueline Fernandez, Anil Kapoor, Bobby Deol and Saqib Saleem, Race 3 is the 3rd film in the Race franchise and opened up to poor reviews. While the previous two videos were aimed by Abbas-Mustan, Remo D’Souza has helmed the latest flick which is about a feud within a family of notorious hands dealers.