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Batla House box office collection Day 7: John Abraham movie earns Rs 62 crore

Batla House box office collection: The film is expected to see boost in its earning during the weekend as no big release is scheduled for release this week

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Batla House box office collection Day 7: John Abraham movie earns Rs 62 crore
Batla House is John Abraham's second release of 2019, followed by April release-Romeo Akbar Walter.

Batla House box office collection: John Abraham's Independence Day offering, Batla House, continues to draw people to theatres despite competition from Akshay Kumar starrer Mission Mangal. Batla House's overall domestic collection after seven days of release has crossed Rs 62 crore mark. The film is expected to see boost in its earning during the weekend as no big release is scheduled for release this week.

Day 1: Thursday (August 15) - Rs 15.55 crore

Day 2: Friday (August 16) - Rs 8.84 crore

Day 3: Saturday (August 17) - Rs 10.90 crore

Day 4: Sunday (August 18) - Rs 12.70 crore

Day 5: Monday (August 19) - Rs 5.05 crore

Day 6: Tuesday (August 20) - Rs 4.78 crore

Day 7: Wednesday (August 21) - Rs 4.50 crore (approx)

Based on infamous 2008 Batla House encounter case, the Nikhil Advani directorial has received positive reviews from critics. In the film, John Abraham plays the role of Sanjay Kumar, inspired from real-life hero DCP Sanjeev Kumar Yadav, a recipient of Gallantry Award. Batla House is John Abraham's second release of 2019, followed by April release-Romeo Akbar Walter (RAW), which did not perform well at the box office.

The movie is based on the Batla House encounter, officially known as Operation Batla House, which took place on September 19, 2008, against Indian Mujahideen (IM) terrorists in the Batla House locality in Jamia Nagar, Delhi. During the shootout, two terrorists were killed while two others were arrested. Apart from John Abraham, Batla House also stars Mrunal Thakur. The gangster-terrorist thriller is a "John Abraham star vehicle," said India Today's Sandeep Unnithan in his review, adding that "the only reason the actor towers over the movie, Thanos-like, is because the film lacks a memorable supporting cast."

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