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Bachchan Pandey is the latest Bollywood action comedy starring Akshay Kumar and Kriti Sanon. The movie released on January 22, 2021 and has been met with mixed reviews. Day 2 of the movie’s theatrical run was sluggish compared to its opening day. Read on to find out more about the movie’s box office performance on Day 2 and the possible reasons for its slow performance.

Bachchan Pandey Box Office Collection Day 2

The movie earned around ₹5.70 crore on its second day, taking its total two-day box office collection to ₹11.20 crore.

Sluggish Performance on Day 2

The movie’s performance on its second day was sluggish compared to its opening day. The movie earned around ₹5.70 crore on its second day, which was significantly lower than its opening day collection of ₹5.50 crore.

Performance on Day 1

On its opening day, the movie earned around ₹5.50 crore. This was lower than the opening day collection of Akshay Kumar’s other recent releases like Laxmii and Sooryavanshi.

Reasons for Slow Performance

The movie faced stiff competition from the recently released Varun Dhawan and Sara Ali Khan starrer, Coolie No. 1. Additionally, the movie’s reviews were mixed and this may have affected its performance on the second day.

Total Collection from Day 1 and 2

The total two-day box office collection of Bachchan Pandey stands at ₹11.20 crore.

Possible Reasons for Poor Performance

The movie may have had a slow second day due to the competition from Coolie No. 1, mixed reviews, and the fact that the movie was released on a non-holiday. Additionally, the movie may have had a slow second day due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the restrictions imposed by the government on theatres.

Bachchan Pandey had a slow second day at the box office. Its two-day collection stands at ₹11.20 crore. Possible reasons for its slow performance include competition from Coolie No. 1, mixed reviews, and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the restrictions imposed by the government on theatres.

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