Bholaa Box Office Collection Day 5: Ajay Devgn, Tabu starrer film Witnesses A Huge Drop

Bholaa Box Office Collection Day 5: Ajay Devgn and Tabu starrer film Bholaa witnessed a huge drop on the fifth day of its release.

Bholaa Day 5 Box Office Collection ( Photo Credit – Movie Still )

In Short

  • Bholaa released on March 30.
  • It stars Nani and Keerthy Suresh.
  • Bholaa witnessed a huge drop on the 5th day of its release.

Bholaa featuring Ajay Devgn and Tabu released on March 30, had a slow start at the box office despite the star power of the cast and a promising storyline. Now, the Day 5 box office collection is here and it suggests that the film saw a huge drop in its collection on April 3.


As per a Sacnilk report, Bholaa had a decent opening at the box office, earning Rs 11.20 crore on Day 1, followed by Rs 7.40 crore on Day 2 and Rs 12.10 crore on Day 3. On Day 4, the film saw growth in collections, collecting Rs 13.48 crore, taking the total collection to Rs 44.28 crore. However, on Day 5, the film experienced a drop in collections, earning Rs 4.50 crore on April 3, bringing the 5-day total to Rs 48.78 crore. Meanwhile, Bholaa had an overall 20.21 percent Hindi Occupancy on Monday, April 3.


Bholaa is a Bollywood Hindi-language action thriller film directed and produced by Ajay Devgn, release on 30 March 2023. It is a Hindi-language remake of the 2019 Tamil hit film Kaithi. The film follows the story of Bhola, a prisoner who is on a mission to meet his daughter after being released from prison. Alongside Ajay Devgn, the film stars Tabu, Sanjay Mishra, Deepak Dobriyal, Gajraj Rao, and Vineet Kumar in pivotal roles. With a budget of 50 crores, the film is expected to provide a thrilling experience to the audience.

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