KGF Chapter 2 box office advance booking report: Yash starrer sells over 3.5 lakh tickets before release

New Delhi:

With three big films ready to hit theatres coming week, moviegoers are in for a treat. After witnessing RRR wave,  and Gangubai Kathiwadi’s charm, cinema lovers are ready to welcome Yash’s KGF: Chapter 2, Thalapathy Vijay’s Beast, and Shahid Kapoor’s Jersey in theatres in just three days. 

The last few weeks saw a couple of films reviving the movie business in the country post pandemic. While The Kashmir Files had the entire nation united in theatres, cinemaholics couldn’t help but fall in love with Alia Bhatt’s Gangubai Kathiwadi. After this, we saw RRR storm taking over the box office, raking over Rs 1000 crore worldwide, a first for an Indian film. From here, we can only say that these films walked, so Jersey, Beast, and KGF: Chapter 2 could run. In fact, the advance booking numbers are here, and going by the figures, we are sure that it’s raining money at the box office. While all the three films are boasted by high star power, the Yash-starrer is seemingly taking a lead in the advance booking, courtesy anticipation build by KGF: Chapter 1. 

KGF 2 Advance Ticket Booking

Hombale Films had announced advance ticket booking for KGF 2 on April 7. Tickets for KGF 2 have been available for advance purchase beginning on April 7, 2022, in North India, Tamil Nadu, and Kerala. 

The Hindi version of KGF: Chapter 2 has recorded a record breaking response with a gross figure of Rs 9.40 crore. The nett advance booking total of KGF 2 for its opening day now stands at Rs 8 crore. The Prashanth Neel directorial has sold 3.25 lakh tickets in a span of 60 hours and with four days remaining for its release, the biz is just expected to go strong by the day. KGF 2 has clocked a gross total of Rs 1.65 crore in the National Capital, with Mumbai holding the second spot grossing Rs 1.17 crore. With this, the film is expected to collect over Rs 35 crore on Day 1 in Hindi belt alone. The overall Day 1 collection of the film is estimated at over Rs 200, challenging that of SS Rajamouli’s RRR. 


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