Maidaan Day 2 Box Office: Earnings of 'Maidaan' are increasing day by day


Maidaan Box Office Collection Day 2: The earning graph of Ajay Devgan's film Maidaan is continuously going up. But it is very important to touch this particular figure to enter the profit zone.


Ajay Devgan's film 'Maidaan' has got a great start at the box office. In this biographical sports drama film directed by Amit Sharma, you feel both emotions and thrill together. Ajay Devgan's performance has been successful in winning the hearts of the fans and this film, which has got a rating of 9 out of 10 on IMDb, is clearly getting the benefit of mouth publicity. On the opening day, the film did a business of Rs 2 crore 6 lakh and on the very next day, the earning graph of the film went up very fast.

How much has been the collection of 'Maidan' so far?

On the second day (Thursday) collection of the film was Rs 4 crore 50 lakh. There was further improvement in the film's earnings on Friday and according to trade experts, the film has earned more than Rs 5 crore in the past day. According to Sacknilk, the platform that releases the earning figures of films, the total collection of 'Maidan' till Friday has reached Rs 10 crore 70 lakh. The continuously rising graph of the film's earnings shows that it is getting the benefit of mouth publicity.

Is 'Maidan' facing loss due to BMCM?

However, on the same day of Eid, Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff's film 'Bade Miyan Chhote Miyan' was also released, due to which the film is facing some losses. The division of profits at the box office is clearly visible because while 'Maidan' is getting a good response, on the other hand, Vasu Bhagnani's film BMCM is also doing wonders. It remains to be seen who beats whom in the race of profit margin.

How much is the budget of 'Maidan', and what is the story?

Talking about the budget of the film 'Maidan', according to a report by TOI, the cost of making the film is around Rs 100 crore. That means to make the profit it needs to collect at least Rs 120 crore. Full care has been taken to ensure that there is no shortage in making the film with heavy VFX. The story of film takes you on a journey through the story of football coach Syed Abdul Rahim when India was living its golden era in football between 1952 and 1962.