Drishyam 2 box office collection Day 8: Ajay Devgn and Tabu’s film had a power-packed second weekend
With his most recent film, Drishyam 2, Ajay Devgn has finally found success after a string of failures. With its steadily rising numbers, the Abhishek Pathak-directed film is wreaking havoc at the box office. Drishyam 2 continues to draw large numbers to the theatres after reaching a century on Day 7. According to trade reports, Drishyam brought in double digits on Saturday, November 26, bringing the total to Rs 127 crore. On November 18, the movie with Ajay Devgn, Tabu, and Akshaye Khanna debuted in theatres. It has been breaking numerous records at a time when many Bollywood heavyweights are having financial difficulties.
On November 18, ticket counters for Abhishek Pathak’s Drishyam 2 saw a flurry of activity. On Day 1, the movie’s domestic box office took in Rs. 15.38 crore. The movie’s receipts started to rise gradually. In just seven days, Drishyam 2 joined the Rs 100 crore club—this is no small accomplishment! Day 9, November 26, Drishyam 2 made over ten dollars! The movie made Rs 15 crore in a single day. As a result, it was able to earn Rs 127.53 crore in total at domestic ticket counters. On Day 9, Drishyam 2’s Hindi occupancy was overall 41.10 percent.
Drishyam 2 outperformed popular Bollywood movies like Bhool Bhulaiyaa, Gangubai Kathiawadi, and The Kashmir Files during their opening weekends. Additionally, it might rank among the highest-grossing Hindi movies of 2022.
The emotional thriller Drishyam tells the tale of Vijay Salgaonkar (Ajay), a cable operator whose life revolves around movies and his family, including his wife Nandini (Shriya Saran) and daughters Anju and Anu. In the movie, Tabu portrays IG Meera Deshmukh. Ajay played Vijay Salgaonkar in Drishyam, a man who sacrifices everything to preserve his family when his daughter unintentionally murders a young kid.
Vijay disposes of the boy’s body, gets rid of all the evidence, and then takes the family to Panaji. They fabricate their alibis by going to an Ashram, seeing a movie, and eating at a restaurant. The popular Malayalam film of the same name, directed by National Award-winning director Nishikant Kamat, was translated into Hindi as Drishyam. After that, the plot is continued in Abhishek Pathak’s Drishyam 2.