Padmaavat collects Rs. 18 Crores in the Box office Day 1

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Although the film hasn't witnessed a smooth release in some parts of the country, Padmaavat is going strong at the box office. According to reports, Padmaavat has collected Rs 32 crore on its second day in the Indian markets.

With this, the period drama has crossed the Rs 50 crore mark in just two days of its release.

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As PadMan, which was supposed to open on January 25, chose to postpone its release to avoid a clash with Padmaavat, there are no big releases to distract Padmavaat's audience.

Padmaavat aka Padmavati which has a big star cast like Deepika as Padmavati, a Rajput queen who committed Jauhar (self-immolation) in order to protect herself from Sultan Alauddin Khilji, the role played by Ranveer Singh, while Shahid Kapoor played the role of Maharaja Rawal Ratan Singh. Padmaavat opened to decent critical reviews.

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Trouble first hit the movie in January previous year when Rajput Karni Sena members attacked the film's director Sanjay Leela Bhansali and vandalised the set during filming in Rajasthan.

As mentioned by Taran Adarsh, Padmaavat's business in some of the key global markets have been phenomenal.

A point to be noted here is the fact that the revenue from the paid previews of Rs. 5 cr has not been included in the opening day collections of the film. Film is suffering about a fractured release and could not get theaters in Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Rajasthan. Over 1 million Indians have already watched the film and occupancy levels for shows are very strong across more than 4000 screens with most running house-full. Earlier, his movie Gunday and Ram-Leela recorded Rs 16.12 crore and Rs 16 crore net respectively.

Padmaavat is the first Bollywood movie to have a Global IMAX 3D release.

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