Badla Box Office: Amitabh’s revenge record, the first day so earnings

Amitabh Bachchan and Tapi Pannu’s film Revenge have done a great collection at the domestic box office, earning more than five crore rupees on the first day of their release. 

The change made in the direction of Suzhou Ghosh is an official Hindi remake of Spain’s Contratiempo, i.e. The Invincible Guest. This film has collected 50 million 4 lakh rupees on the first day. The film has a gross opening of Rs 5 crore 94 lakhs. The film is expected to be open around the very first day and it is being said that this movie will continue through mouth publication. 

This is Amitabh Bachchan’s biggest opening in three years. 

When Amitabh Bachchan and Tapi Pannu, together with the film Pink, got a collection of Rs 4 crore 32 lakh on the first day

Amitabh and Rishi Kapoor’s film 102 knot out had earned Rs.35.5 million on the first day 

Director Sujoy Ghosh’s film Story 2 earned Rs 4 crore 25 lakh on the first day

Shahrukh Khan’s last co-productions (in which he worked), Ziro made a collection of Rs.19 crore 35 lakh on the first day

Shahrukh Khan’s last co-production (which did not work) The film Ittefaq took an opening of Rs 4 crore 5 lakh

The film has been produced by Shahrukh Khan’s company Red Chillies Entertainment. This story of revenge is a girl who was living with her boyfriend for three months but one day she disappears. Then someone knows and He starts blackmailing. One day he is killed and the girl goes on to die. Amitabh Bachchan turns his lawyer into a lawyer, but doing espionage, how does this change actually? Will this story will be known only at the end of l

It took ten years for this revenge to start the story. Sujoy Ghosh had written the script but he was not getting the revenge name because this title was with any other producer. In the story of the film, then there was Vidya Balan with Amitabh Bachchan and Nasiruddin Shah agreed for the third role which was the first The Bar was supposed to work with Amitabh Bachchan but all changed. The film, made in about Rs. 30 crores, has been released in 750 to 800 screens.  

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