Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff’s film War continues to be a profitable business at the box office. The film is getting rapped. War box office collection has fallen on the eighth day after earning the best for a week in a row. The film’s collection graph was less visible on Wednesday. However, a big difference is seen on the earnings of films on working days compared to holidays.
Trade analyst Raj Bansal has tweeted and shared the collection on the eighth day of the war. He told that the film has collected 11.5 crores on the 8th day. With this, the film has earned 228.15 crores.
Hrithik Roshan-Tiger Shroff starrer War did a good business on the weekend and then Dussehra. War, directed by Siddharth Anand, entered the 200 crore club in a week.
After seeing the collection on the eighth day, it seems that the film will soon touch the 300 million mark. On October 2, the release War had a bumper opening of 53.35 crore in India. With this, War created the record for the highest grossing Hindi film on the first day.
Now after Weekend and Dussehra, Wednesday is the working day due to the impact of the film’s box office collection. The film is still leaving many films behind in different ways. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh had tweeted the film’s collections that War is the highest running film in the Top-5 grossing films after Kabir Singh and Uri.
If you look at the earnings of the Hindi version of the film, then on the first day i.e. Wednesday, 51.60 crore, Thursday 23.23 crore, 21.30 crore on Friday, 27.60 crore on Saturday and 36.10 crore on Sunday. The film touched the 100 crore mark in just three days. After this, collections of 20.60 crores on Monday and 27.75 crores on Tuesday.
War has collected a total of 208.05 crores in seven days. When combined Tamil and Telugu versions, the figure is 216.65 crores. The film has a lot of stunt scenes between Hrithik and Tiger. This film is being touted as the best action film so far.