Sardaar Gabbar Singh 3 Days Collection / First Weekend Collections / 3rd Day Collections Powerstar Pawan Kalyan scored a massive hit with Gabbar Singh after a gap of 10 years and he wanted to come up with a power packed action entertainer which elevates the character of Gabbar Singh. Pawan took 2 years to pen the script of the film and the movie has been titled as Sardaar Gabbar Singh.
Pawan Kalyan penned the story and screenplay on his own for the movie which started rolling last year. Kajal Agarwal played the female lead in the movie which has been directed by KS Ravindra (Bobby). The entire movie has been shot in a hugely erected set in Hyderabad. The movie has been made on a budget of Rs 50 crores and Devi Sri Prasad composed the music. Eros International acquired the theatrical rights of the movie for a whopping price of Rs 90 crores and they released the movie on April 8th in Telugu, Hindi and Tamil languages.
Sardaar Gabbar Singh First Weekend Collections / 3rd Day Collection
Sardaar Gabbar Singh released in 3000 screens across the world and the movie received poor response from the audience. However the collections have been quite strong all over and the movie collected Rs 21 crores in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. The movie minted Rs 31 crores across the world on its first day and Sardaar Gabbar Singh smashed all the existing non-Baahubali records on its first day.
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The second day has a different story as the collections dropped badly because of the poor word of mouth. Th movie collected Rs 7.5 crores on its second day and on the third day, Sardaar Gabbar Singh collected Rs 6.5 crores across the world. The film collected Rs 45 crores in its first weekend which has been decent all over. Trade analysts revealed that the buyers will end up in huge losses as the movie is said to witness huge drops during the weekdays. Sharar Marar produced Sardaar Gabbar Singh on North Star Entertainments banner.
Sardar Gabbar Singh Total 1st Days Collection:31 Crores
Sardar Gabbar Singh 2nd Day Collection: 7.5 Crores