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Salman Khan’s ‘Dabangg 3’ began with a flying note at the box office on Day 1st

Mumbai: Salman Khan’s ‘Dabangg 3’, which hit silver screens on Friday 20 December, began with a flying note at the box office.

The film co-starring Sonakshi Sinha, Kichcha Sudeep and Arbaaz Khan has managed to perform quite well on its opening day. The action drama, which received mixed reviews from the critics, collected Rs 24.50 crore on Friday. Salman has once again proved why the actor is known as the king of box office.

Bollywood critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh shared the Dabangg 3’ first day box office collection on Twitter. He mentioned that the movie’s business was affected due to anti-CAA protests in the country. Salman’s star power played a big role in helping the film gain over Rs 20 crore on the opening day.

#Dabangg3 hits ₹ 20 cr+ on Day 1 thanks largely to #SalmanKhan’s star power… Day 1 biz would’ve easily been much, much higher had it not been for the protests… Resultantly, biz kept fluctuating throughout the day… A substantial sum was lost due to this reason,” Adarsh tweeted.


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