Mumbai. Ayushmann Khurana’s ‘Bala’ earned a record on the second day itself (Bala box office collection). Constantly facing the charge of copying ‘Ujda Chaman’, ‘Bala’ has gone further than that in the matter of earning. With this, this costumer of Ayushman Khurana has become the 9th film, which has been included in the hit category. ‘Bala’ earned 10.15 crores on the first day i.e. Friday. Whereas on the second day, compared to the first day, by earning about 50 percent, on Saturday, it earned 15.73 crore. Bala’s earnings have reached 25.88 crores in just two days. Film trade pundit Taran Adarsh hoped that the film would cross the Rs 40 crore benchmark in the first week. At the same time, this will become Ayushman’s third film, which will cross the record earnings of Rs 40 crores in the first week itself. It is noteworthy that Bala director Amar Kamal spent a total of Rs 35 crores on the production of this film. While 10 crore rupees were also spent on the print and advertisement of the film. In this sense, the budget of the film is 45 crores. While Bala has been released on around 3500 screens. Bollywood trade pundits believe that if ‘Bala’ earns Rs 55 crore, then it will be placed in the category of hits. If it reduces its earnings to 45 crores, then it will be considered an average film. But seeing the pace of earning of the film in two days, many film trade pundits have started calling ‘Bala’ a hit film. It is believed that Bala will surpass the hit benchmark in the first week and prove to be a superhit film. Ayushmann Khurrana’s films before ‘Bala’
‘Bala’ is said to be Ayushman’s 9th consecutive hit. Because before this Ayushman’s Dream Girl, Article 15, Badhaai Ho, Andhadhundh, Shubh Mangal Savdhaan, Bareilly Ki Barfi, Meri Pyari Bindu and Dum Laga Ke Haisa have been consecutive hits. While earlier the film Vicky Donor was also a superhit. However, after the first film, ‘Nautanki Sala, idiots and Hawaiian’ could not show much.