Ajay Devgan’s ‘Meadan’ benefited from ‘Words of Mouth’, the film’s momentum picked up on Saturday.

Maidan Box Office Day 3: After Shaitan, Ajay Devgn’s second highly anticipated film of the year has hit the theatres. In the film, Ajay is playing the role of Indian footballer Syed Abdul Rahim. Fans were eagerly waiting for this biopic film. The sports drama, which released on April 11, is being praised by critics. Fans are also loving the story of the film. Although the film started slowly but now slowly the film has picked up its pace. Fans are visiting theaters with their families to watch the movie.

On Saturday, the pace of the ‘field’ picked up.
Released on the special occasion of Eid, the film did not get much benefit from the festive holidays. The film did a business of four and a half crores on the first day. On the second day, the film earned Rs 3 crore. But on the third day, the earnings of the film increased. In such a situation, let’s know how the business of the film will be on Saturday.

  • According to Sakinlik’s early trend report, ‘Meydan’ has collected Rs 4.49 crore till 8 pm on its third day of release.
  • Along with this, the total earnings of ‘Meydan’ in three days has reached Rs 14.59 crore. Although these are preliminary figures, the figures may change when the final figures are released.

‘Madan’ got the benefit of word of mouth publicity
It is believed that due to the word of mouth publicity, the film will maintain its earning momentum. In such a case, a good increase in the earnings of the film can be seen on Sunday. Directed by Amit Sharma, this film is based on the life of football coach Syed Abdul Rahim. He took the national football team to the international level. Ajay’s brilliant performance in the film is getting a lot of appreciation.

At the box office Maidan faced the massively entertaining film Bade Mian Chhote Mian. Maidan is far behind Akshay’s film in terms of earnings, but on the strength of good reviews, the film may do well in the coming days.

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