Box Office Collection: Chhalawa and Wrong No. 2 Storm the Box Office

Box Office Collection: Chhalawa and Wrong No. 2 Storm the Box Office

Chhalawa and Wrong No. 2 have entered the box office
Box Office Collection: Chhalawa and Wrong No. 2 Storm the Box Office
Posters for Wrong No. 2 and Chhalawa

The two Urdu films that hit performance centers on Eid, have aggregately earned approximately 4,839,350 Dirhams in the initial five days of discharge, according to a foreign news outlet. Particularly since nearby film houses have been battling post the prohibition on Indian substance, the figures are well past what partners had been expecting.

Insiders relayed that Wrong No. 2 has been standing out, gathering about 2,661,642 Dirhams up till now. Chhalawa is not far behind, with 2,177,707 Dirhams. However the exact figures for the Mehwish Hayat-starrer couldn't be autonomously checked.

Everready Group of Companies – which discharged the film – has not affirmed the numbers. Chief Executive Officer of Distribution Club Sheikh Amjad Rasheed has claimed the aforementioned income for Wrong No 2.

"My film has been doing great business and is probably going to gain more in the following couple of days so I am exceptionally fulfilled. I can't remark on any of different movies that are contending with it," he said while speaking to the foreign media outlet.

For the most part, producers, merchants and film proprietors are happy over the crowd's certain reaction to the two films and have their fingers crossed for far superior numbers for this week.

An aggregate of eight movies were released during the season of festivities. These were Disney's Aladdin, X-Men: Dark Phoenix and Godzilla: King of the Monsters. Be that as it may, all things considered, the challenge has stayed between Wrong No. 2 and Chhalawa basically and families ran to their closest film houses to watch both during the five-day Eid weekend.

An authority of a neighborhood film house in Pakistan, affirmed that both Wrong No. 2 and Chhalawa are clashing in many films over the city.

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