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Box office: Baaghi finishes its first week with spectacular collections

Tiger Shroff and Shradha Kapoor starrer romantic-action film Baaghi has finished its first week at the box office. Just like the first weekend, Baaghi has scored really well throughout the entire week which results in some spectacular numbers. The first week box office collections of Baaghi is Rs 59.72 crore, which is just fantastic above than expectations.

Tiger Shroff and Shraddha Kapoor in a still from Baaghi

Tiger Shroff and Shraddha Kapoor in a still from Baaghi

Related: Baaghi crosses 50 crore mark on its 5th day

On Wednesday, Baaghi collected Rs 4.62 crores followed by excellent Thursday with Rs 4.03 crore. Although, it falls a bit, but that is not huge as compared to Shah Rukh Khan’s Fan which dramatically lost its charm in the weekdays after headed for mindblowing weekend.

The reason of this steady performance is some hard hitting action sequences plus the fresh pair of Tiger and Shraddha which despite getting negative reviews, the film picked up well and recovered the making costs. Now, all come is a big bonus for the entire team of Baaghi.

Related: Baaghi becomes third highest first weekend grosser of the year

If we talk about the box office records, after this overwhelming first week box collections of Baaghi, the film becomes third biggest week one grosser of the year behind Airlift (Rs 83.50 crore) and Fan (Rs 71.50 crore). It is also now 5th highest grosser of the year.

Despite, some new arrivals on this week including 1920 London, One Night Stand and Traffic, Baaghi will surely enjoy a good second weekend and on an average if it will fetch 4 crore on each day till Sunday, the film will easily evict Kapoor and Sons (Rs 73.03) and even Neerja (Rs 75.61 crore) but the biggest hurdle in the middle of the way of Baaghi is Hollywood superhero flick Captain America: Civil War, which is also hitting the Indian screens on this Friday and the buzz it has been creating around for the past few days, it will definitely bring storm at the box office similar to what The Jungle Book has done few weeks ago.

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