- 'PM Narendra Modi' collected Rs 3.76 crore on the second day
- The film performed well than 'India's Most Wanted' on the opening day
- 'PM Narendra Modi' is directed by Omung Kumar
PM Narendra Modi, which had a "lukewarm" opening day collection on Friday, performed quite well on the second day as well and collected a wholesome amount of Rs 3.76 crore on Saturday. The total sum of the film in two days stood up to be Rs 6.64 crore. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted about the Day 2 box office of PM Narendra Modi and wrote: "PM Narendra Modi witnessed an upward trend [30.56% growth] on Day 2... Performing better in mass circuits... Metros, which contribute big numbers aren't as strong... Day 3 crucial. Needs to gather speed... Friday 2.88 crore, Saturday 3.76 crore. Total: Rs 6.64 crore. India business."
Take a look at Taran Adarsh's tweet:
#PMNarendraModi witnessed an upward trend [30.56% growth] on Day 2... Performing better in mass circuits... Metros, which contribute big numbers, aren't as strong... Day 3 crucial, needs to gather speed... Fri 2.88 cr, Sat 3.76 cr. Total: 6.64 cr. India biz.— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) May 26, 2019
PM Narendra Modi is a biopic of PM Narendra Modi. The title role is played by Vivek Oberoi and the film is directed by Omung Kumar. On Friday, along with this film, there were two more films that hit the theatres, such as the Hollywood film Aladdin and Bollywood film India's Most Wanted. PM Narendra Modiranked second in the performance chart after Aladdin on the opening day at the box office among these three film.
Here is Taran Adarsh's tweet about the opening day collection of PM Narendra Modi:
#PMNarendraModi had a lukewarm start in the morning, but picked up speed as Day 1 progressed... Evening shows witnessed better occupancy... Fri 2.88 cr. India biz.— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) May 25, 2019
PM Narendra Modi shows the Indian political situation of Narendra Modi and his rise in it. It depicts the whole life journey of PM Modi until he became the Prime Mister of India starting from his early RSS days. The film received mixed reviews from the critics.