Street Dancer 3D Box Office Collection Day 6: Street Dancer Crosses 50 Crore in Six Days, know total earnings

New Delhi Street Dancer 3D by Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor has crossed the 50 crore mark in six days of release. However, according to the trade, a film like Street Dancer should have crossed this stage only in the opening weekend. 

According to initial trade reports, Street Dancer 3D has collected 3-4 crores on Wednesday. As of Tuesday, the film had collected 49.76 crores. The bus needed 24 lakhs for 50 crores. It is clear that the film raised 50 crores on Wednesday itself. However, trade information is not happy with the speed of Street Dancer, as there were high expectations from this film. 

If we looked at the collections of Street Dancer 3D in the first week, Street Dancer 3D released on 3700 screens on 24th January took an estimated opening of 10.26 crores. The film increased on Saturday and Sunday. On Saturday, Street Dancer 3D had collected 13.21 crores, while on Sunday collected 17.76 crores. In the opening weekend, the film crossed the 40 crore mark with success. The film raised 4.65 crores on Monday and 3.88 crores on Tuesday. 

Working days are crucial to the film, as its challenges will increase after the release of new films Jawani Jaaneman and Happy Hardy and Heer starting next Friday. Street Dancer 3D is directed by Remo D’Souza and is the third offering in their series of dance films.

Apart from Varun and Shraddha, Prabhu Deva and Nora Fatehi are also seen in important roles in the film. Ajay Devgan’s Tanaji- The Unsung Warrior is also having an impact on the street dancer, which is also stuck in the third week. This is Varun’s first release this year. Last year, he had only one film called Kalank which flopped at the box office. 

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