Bollywood much awaited release of this month Padman finally enters the cinemas nearby you. The Akshay Kumar, Radhika and Sonam Kapoor starrer film has opened to a decent word of mouth from moviegoers and critics alike. Having huge pre release buzz all around the movie got fantastic occupancy since its morning shows in multiplexes of urban areas. The average occupancy recorded 40-45% in multiplexes while small screen opened in dull note as the film appeals to limited class audience.
Padman First Day Box Office Collection
The pre release buzz has raised huge expectations at box office, and interestingly the film managed to maintain similar response after the release. Akshay Kumar’s Padman was released in 2750 screens in India and 600 screens overseas. The film had witnessed occupancy of around 25-30% at the box office as compared to his last movie Toilet: Ek Prem Katha which could secure 30%-35% occupancy. The average rating of Padman has been marked between 2.5 to 3 from critics which is quite good and being helpful to sustains itself at box office.
Padman Opening Day Box Office Report
The makers speared no efforts to raise the pre-release buzz or level of excitement among the fans that helped to film to open decent in domestic circuits. The film bagged good to excellent reviews from critics while audience all are set make it Akki 6th consecutive hit film. On its debut day the film opened with 30-35% occupancy in morning shows and the rest of the day the gathering reached to 45% in major multiplexes. As result the film collected 12.36 Cr* net in its first day which is fair according to the content of the film.
The opening is almost similar to Akshay’s past couple of releases and the coming days is going by very impressive for the film. Based on strong content the audience flocked theater in massive range during the evening and late night shows. Mostly the film targets the limited class audience in which female ratio is maximum as compared to male. The star power of Akshay Kumar and Sonam Kapoor should definitely help the film to score a good opening weekend.