Indu Sarkar box office collection day 2: Madhur Bhandarkar’s film earns Rs 2.50 crore approximately

I think it is because of word of mouth. According to Girish, the film made saw a jump and collected around 1.25 crore approximately  garnering the whole collection to Rs 2.50 crore. 2017-07-30T20:09:48+00:00″>
Updated: July 30, 2017 8:09 pm

Indu Sarkar box office collection day 2: Madhur Bhandarkar’s film witnessed a 15 to 20 percent rise. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd There was underground activism which tried to fight against the government. On the day of the release, the workers of the opposition parties clashed in front of a cinema hall in Indore which was screening the film. It is set in the backdrop of the Emergency period. Our fingers are crossed as we are hoping for a decent weekend,” said the film business expert, Girish Johar on Saturday. However over the weekend the film is expected to score more. Political parties objected to the film and threatened to prevent its release in Indore. “Emergency period was definitely a dark chapter in India. That is what I tried to show. I know for a fact how difficult the time was, after all I have researched about it. I have shown the perspective of both the sides. Even on Friday, the film faced a lot of issues at many theatres in Maharashtra. Black marketers were put behind bars, but overall I feel Emergency is the darkest chapter of Indian democracy,” he had added. “It is a work of fiction. Madhur Bhadandarkar who has been at the receiving end of these threats, violence and agitation had told during an earlier interview that although he knew he was making a film on a really controversial topic, he was not expecting such level of violence. But he expects the film to do better in the coming days. Top News
Jobs, facts and fictionTaslima Nasreen sent back from Aurangabad airport after protestsAkshay Kumar on poor success rate of Bollywood films: In South, they don’t spend more than Rs 2 crore on publicityMadhur Bhandarkar’s controversial film, Indu Sarkar which is based on the Emergency period in India, released in theatres after a lot of hurdles. had a chat with bollywood trade analyst, Girish Johar who told us that there has been a 15 to 20 percent rise since Friday. Many people also felt Emergency period was nice. People should look at the larger perspective before starting this kind of agitation,” said Madhur Bhandarkar. On the first day, due to low screen counts the film made an opening amount of Rs 1.42 crores as reported by “Right now the collections are still coming in, the trend has been decent. Whatever collection we have got till now compared to yesterday, we can see around 15 to 20 percent jump.