Love Aaj Kal box office collection on day 3: Kartik Aaryan and Sara Ali Khan’s romantic play’Love Aaj Kal’ that was in the limelight since its beginning has hit the theatres. The movie was getting mixed responses in the cinephiles. On day one the movie opened with an adequate start raking Rs 12 crore nett in the box office. However, according to the latest upgrade, the movie saw a massive drop on the next day itself. The movie had started off nicely with Rs 12.40 crore gathered daily one. But, it required a significant hit on Saturday, amassing only Rs 8 crore, enduring a fall of nearly 40%.
The newest Imtiaz Ali movie relies on precisely the exact same idea of love at two distinct times exactly enjoy the manager’s 2009 picture of the identical title starring Saif Ali Khan and Deepika Padukone. While he’s been contested for telling the exact same story in various movies, the manager asserts that the new movie differs from his past ventures and narrates a romance in the modern time. Valentine’s Day launch additionally boosted the box-office company daily one with Love Aaj Kal amassing Rs 12.40 crores on the very first day. In reality, it turned into Kartik’s biggest opener.
But, the next day box-office set has obtained a significant dip. In accordance with film trade analyst Taran Adarsh, the figures fell in metropolitan cities, which had been the significant target market for the movie. Love Aaj Kal currently stands at Rs 20.41 crore in the box office in 2 days.
The movie shot around Rs.7.50 crore nett on the first day however, the next day, it did not observe an gain in the collections in any way. The complete two-day business is approximately Rs. 18.50 crore nett and Sunday isn’t very likely to grow considerably since the Hindi circuit obtained those fair amounts daily one.
The first’Love Aaj Kal’ featuring Deepika Padukone and Saif Ali Khan took a fantastic opening then but it did not amass a fantastic amount at the box office as the majority of the audiences could not associate with the movie. The movie fought to accumulate post its first week.