Judwaa 2 Box Office Prediction: Will this Varun Dhawan-David Dhawan combo strike gold on its opening day?

With the film releasing on around 3200 screens, it is expected to be Varun Dhawan's biggest opener till date

Judwaa 2 has created a significant amount of buzz with the theatrical trailer as well as the music striking the right chord with the audience. The film, which is a reboot of the hit 1997 film Judwaa, stars Varun Dhawan, Jacqueline Fernandez and Taapsee Pannu in the lead. The audience is excited to see how Varun Dhawan will give a modern touch to the character of Prem and Raja, which were enacted with perfection by Salman Khan back in 1997.

The nostalgia factor, in particular, the brand value backed up with Varun Dhawan’s stardom will ensure a good start at the Box Office. The film is releasing on around 3200 screens which are spread evenly across single screens and multiplexes. The cinema owners, too, have gone all out by allotting shows of as early as 8 am.

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There are not a lot of comedies being made these days and Judwaa 2 will fill the demand of the comedy lovers in India. The film is expected to open strong at places like Rajasthan, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh and other mass centres in India. The film should easily go past the opening day number of Varun Dhawan’s previous film, Badrinath Ki Dulhania (Rs 12.25 crore) and it might even challenge the opening day collections of ABCD 2 (Rs 14.30 crore) to emerge as Varun Dhawan’s biggest opener till date.

Box Office Prediction:

  • Opening Day: Rs 16.50 crore
  • Opening Weekend (4 Days): Rs 70 crore

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The all India distribution rights of Judwaa 2 have been sold for Rs 55 crore and the film would be termed a hit at collections above Rs 120 crore. The trade is hopeful that the entertainer would strike gold at the Box Office.

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