South’s Vikrant Rona heavy on Ek Villain Returns at the box office, know the collection of three days

Ek Villain Returns Collection Day 3: Ek Villain Returns’ sequel ‘Ek Villain’, which came in 2014, has earned more than expected on the third day of release. On Sunday, this film of Arjun Kapoor, John Abraham, Disha Patni and Tara Sutaria has done a business of Rs 9.02 crore. Whereas on Friday only Rs 7.05 crore and on Saturday it did business of Rs 7.47 crore. Including the total collection of all three, the film has so far done a business of 23.54 crores. Although the film has already earned 2 crores through advance booking.

‘Ek Villain Returns’ heavy South’s Vikrant Rona 
Compare ‘Ek Villain Returns’ with Kichha Sudeep’s ‘Vikrant Rona’ then ‘Ek Villain Returns’ in terms of earning Will look back somewhere. Kicha Sudeep’s film did exceptional business at the domestic box office. The film earned 19.6 crores on the first day itself. Looking at the collection of three days, the film did a business of Rs 39.30 crore. Kicha Sudeep’s Vikrant Rona was released on 2,500 screens, while Ek Villain Returns was released on 2539 screens.  

 
 
 

 
 
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Highest-grossing Uttar Pradesh 
Mohit Suri’s directorial debut Ek Villain Returns&zwj The total budget of s was about 80 crores. In that sense the film is earning well. In UP and Bihar, the film did business on Sunday. The film‍M has earned the highest‍m from Uttar Pradesh at the box office in three days. After this, more‍iya has been earned from Gujarat and Bihar.

The second part came after eight years 
This film was produced by T-Series and Balaji Telefilms. Is. The first part of this film Ek Villain was released on 27 June 2014. Now after eight years this second part has come. Which fans are liking.

 

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