Ajay Devgn’s Raid 7th day collection, 1st week box office report

Here is how the Raid 1st week box office collection report looks like.

Raid

Ajay Devgn and Ileana D’cruz starrer Raid has been performing as per expectation on the big screen almost all over the nation. The movie collected Rs. 10.04 crore on Friday, 13.86 crores of Saturday and 17.11 crores of Sunday.

The first three days had proved really good for the movie and not only that the movie managed to keep up the pace on the weekdays also by minting 6.26 crore on Monday and in a way to continue the pace at the box office the movie minted 5.76 crore on Tuesday.

The occupancy rate of the movie has decreased significantly on the weekdays, but this is all natural and is expected to go up as weekend nears.

Witnessing a drop of around 7%, Raid collected 5.36 crore on Wednesday.

Raid 6 days collection now stands at 58.39 crores at the domestic box office. However, Raid worldwide box office collection (including overseas business) is 79.61 crore.

Now, coming to the Raid Thursday collection i.e., its 7th day at the box office, as per reports, the occupancy rate has dropped, but not much. The morning shows has got the least bookings but later the chart started to populate.

The actual figures for the Raid 7th day box office collection are yet to be collected.

The 1st week collection of Raid or the till date collection of the movie is expected to stand around 65 crore and the page will be updated very soon with the actual data.

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