According to reports on Sacnilk, the film collected an estimated Rs 5.25 crore on Thursday, a big decline in numbers as compared to the Rs 7.2 crore collection on Wednesday.
The film which is sharing business with the blockbusterGadar 2, began its run with a collection of Rs 10.26 crore and went on to earn Rs 17 crore on Sunday. It even saw some good numbers coming in on the Independence Day holiday.The Amit Rai directorial currently stands at an estimated total of Rs 84.72 crore after a week of its release. While the film’s collections took a dip on Thursday, numbers could go up over the second weekend.
Kumar on Thursday thanked fans for showering the film with love and going to the theatres in large numbers, despite the ‘A’ rating awarded by the CBFC.
“A big thank you to our audiences for all the love for #OhMyGadar and giving us the greatest week in Indian Film History! Pyaar aur aabhar (Love and gratitude) #Gadar2 in cinemas #OMG2 in cinemas,” Akshay said in his social media handle.
Written and directed by Amit Rai, “OMG 2” features Pankaj Tripathi as a devotee of Lord Shiva named Kanti Sharan Mudgal and Akshay. Produced by Cape of Good Films and Wakaoo Films, the film touches upon various issues of teenagers and the importance of sex education.