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Stree Box Office Collection Day 5: Rajkummar Rao-Shraddha Kapoor's movie proves yet again that good content rules

The movie has been praised by audiences and critics alike for getting a tricky genre like horror-comedy right.

 
 
It wrapped up its opening day with earnings of Rs 25.25 crore, becoming the third highest-opener of the year surpassed only by Sanju and Race 3.
Fanney Khan, Mulk and Karwaan all failed to impress the audience.
Not only in India, Dhadak is performing well in international markets as well. Till Monday, Dhadak had collected Rs 9.09 crore from overseas box office.
Can Karan Johar's Dhadak recreate the magic of Nagraj Manjule's Marathi hit, Sairat?
Nevertheless, with the weekend already here, Sanju has yet another chance to set the cash registers ringing.
Sanju earned first Rs 50 crore in just two days, Rs 100 crore in three days, Rs 150 crore in five days and Rs 200 crore in just a week.
 
 
Gold made Rs 8.10 crore, Rs 10.10 crore on Friday, Rs 12.30 crore on Saturday and Rs 15.55 crore on Sunday.
Despite mixed reviews with most critics saying that the movie fails to live up to the expectations, Vishwaroopam 2 saw an encouraging footfall over the weekend.
While Aamir Khan has his cult following in China, Salman Khan, too, does not have a bad track record.
Not only in India, Dhadak is doing rather well in overseas markets as well, including in Pakistan.
While the first half was encouraging, it is the second half with upcoming movies like Thugs of Hindostan, Zero and Kedarnath that must be watched out for.
Rajkumar Hirani and Vicky Kaushal, will be screening Sanju in Australia as part of the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne (IFFM) next month.
Sanju made Rs 62.97 crore on its second weekend, with Rs 28.05 crore on Sunday. At the end of the second weekend, Sanju had already made Rs 265.48 crore.
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