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Saif Ali Khan, Katrina Kaif’s ‘Phantom’ earns Rs 21 crore in two days

Espionage drama "Phantom", based on the post-26/11 Mumbai terror attack, has minted Rs.21.24 crore in just two days of its release on Friday.

By: IANS | Mumbai |
August 30, 2015 2:28:28 pm
Phantom, Phantom Movie review, Phantom Collection, Phantom Box Office, Phantom Grossings, Phantom Movie Collections, Phantom First Day Collection, Saif ALi Khan, Katrina Kaif, Kabir Khan, Phantom Movie, Kabir Khan Phantom, Entertainment news ‘Phantom’ witnessed a 51 percent growth on the day of Rakshan Bandhan on Saturday, earning Rs.12.78 crore, taking the total to Rs.21.24 crore, said a statement from the production house.

Espionage drama “Phantom”, based on the post-26/11 Mumbai terror attack, has minted Rs.21.24 crore in just two days of its release on Friday.

The Kabir Khan directorial, which stars Saif Ali Khan and Katrina Kaif, collected Rs.8.46 crore on its opening day.

Read – Phantom review: Kabir Khan’s thriller with Katrina Kaif, Saif Ali Khan has no crackle, only fizz

It witnessed a 51 percent growth on the day of Rakshan Bandhan on Saturday, earning Rs.12.78 crore, taking the total to Rs.21.24 crore, said a statement from the production house.

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With no big release alongside, “Phantom” is expected to witness growth over the weekend due to the buzz around the movie.

“Phantom”, which revolves around global terrorism, is an adaptation of the novel “Mumbai Avengers”.

At least 166 people were killed when terrorists from Pakistan sneaked into Mumbai in November 2008 and went on a killing spree.

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