Total: ₹ 3.39 cr [400 screens]. Deemed too ‘lady-oriented’ by the CBFC, the film is also re-writing all the rules at the box office with such solid numbers! 2.17 crore collection on Saturday. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd India biz. #LipstickUnderMyBurkha witnesses growth on Sat… Fri 1.22 cr, Sat 2.17 cr. The film, which after a long battle with Censor Board of Film Certification, finally released at the box office with an A certificate, is managing to keep up with the entire curiosity that was woven around it in the last few months. Theaters across the metros have increased the number of shows as well owing to higher audience demands and strong reviews. After a great start at the box office on July 21, with a collection of Rs 1.22 crores, the film has managed to keep a steady pace and has shown an outstanding growth of over 80% with Rs. — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) July 23, 2017
The Saturday jump has come because of the strong publicity from viewers, and it is this that is driving the audiences in across key metros. 2017-07-23T13:38:34+00:00″>
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Lipstick Under My Burkha box office collection day 2: The Konkona Sen Sharma and Ratna Patha Shah’s film is doing good at the theaters. Top News
Jobs, facts and fictionFaulty EVM 'ocassionally' casts vote for BJP in Buldhana: ReportVenkaiah Naidu's warns Pakistan: 'Recall what happened in 1971 war'It seems like the Lipstick dreams of four women, enacted by Konkana Sen Sharma, Ratna Pathak Shah, Aahana Kumar and Plabita Borthakur, is driving the women of the entire nation to make sure they visit the theaters and experience a sense of empowerment, freedom to express with the Alankrita Shrivastava’s directorial. The massive growth reflects the love and acceptance of audiences across the country who’ve added a strong word of mouth publicity to the already high on curiosity film. The Ekta Kapoor production film that opened to packed houses on Friday has minted a total of Rs 3.39 crore, a first ever total for a film of this size.