John Abraham starrer film 'Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran' has got a great deal of benefit over the spectacular review and word of mouth publicity.
According to the first-day box office collection report this film was collect Rs 4.82 crore with this it has also made tremendous earnings on the second day of the release. Compared to Friday, the box office collection of the film has increased 58.51% on Saturday. According to trade analyst Taran Adarsh, the film has collected a collection of Rs 7.64 crore on Saturday.
According to Taran Adarsh, the film has raised Rs 12.46 crore in two days. Good earnings can also be expected on Sunday, but the impact of the IPL match can be influenced by the film's evening show. The budget of "Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran", which was released on 1935 screens across the country, is being said to be around Rs 45 crore.
Release Date: 25 May 2018
Starring: Boman Irani, Diana Penty, John Abraham
Director: Abhishek Sharma
Budget: 45 crores
Solid word of mouth catches up... SUPERB 58.51% growth for #Parmanu on Day 2... Biz is likely to be affected today [evening onwards] due to IPL finals... A stronghold on Mon could make up for revenue loss... Fri 4.82 cr, Sat 7.64 cr. Total: ₹ 12.46 cr [1935 screens]. India biz.
Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran full movie is based on the 1998 nuclear tests. Apart from John Abraham, Diana Penty is also an important character in the film. The shooting of 'Parmanu' film was finished in three and a half months. Boman Irani is also in the film and it is directed by Abhishek Sharma. The movie is based on true events, but its characters are fictional.
The story of 'Parmanu' revolves around the Pokhran Nuclear Test which was happened between 11 to 13 May 1998. India has emerged as a nuclear country by giving a speech to the US. Lead actor and co-producer John Abraham on the success of the film said, "Today I am not happy with anything else I am happy with the efforts of the audience to celebrate the anonymous heroes all over India. I am getting calls from distributors and exhibitors and I am grateful for the support of each of them."