Kill Movie Box Office Collection Day 3, Earns Rs 6 Crore over the Weekend

By sahil kumar

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Kill Box Office Collection Day 3

Kill Movie Box Office Collection Day 3: Ajay Devgn and Tabu’s Auron Mein Kahan Dum Tha and Karan Johar’s Kill, starring Lakshya and Raghav Juyal, were scheduled to compete with Nag Ashwin’s Kalki 2898 AD on July 5. This meant that the day would be quite busy at the box office. Unfortunately, only Kill came out on that day, and even though it faced stiff competition, the movie was able to maintain its own identity.

Kill Movie Box Office Collection Day 3

DayIndia Net CollectionChange(+/-)
Day 1 [1st Friday]₹ 1.25 Cr
Day 2 [1st Saturday]₹ 2.15 Cr72.00%
Day 3 [1st Sunday]₹ 2.8 Cr25.58%
Total₹ 6.2 Cr

Even on its third day, the Raghav Juyal and Lakshya film Kill maintained a consistent box office performance. Released on June 5, the Nikhil Nagesh Bhat film brought in Rs 1.25 crore on its first day, Rs 2.15 crore on the second, and around 2.8 crore on Sunday. This brings his earnings for the first weekend to Rs 6.2 crores.

In order to stop a bunch of thugs led by Raghav Juyal from robbing passengers on a train, NSG Captain Amrit Rathod battles them in the movie. The character Tullika, portrayed by Taniya Maniktala as Amrit’s romantic interest, is among the travellers.

Apoorva Mehta, Achin Jain, Guneet Monga, and Karan Johar have all collaborated on the production of Kill. This is the first joint venture between Sikhya Entertainment and Dharma Productions. Aside from a showing at the Tribeca Film Festival, it made its debut on September 7, 2023, at the Toronto International Film Festival’s Midnight Madness, costarring Ashish Vidyarthi, Harsh Chhaya, and Tanya Maniktala.

With an “A” certificate from the censor board, Kill is regarded as one of the goriest films in Indian cinema history. The audience that is able to see the movie has also been restricted by the certificate. Chad Stahelski, the filmmaker of John Wick, has acquired the rights to the movie, and a Hollywood remake is in the works.

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