It remains to be seen whether Akshay Kumar and Parineeti Chopra’s film ‘Mission Raniganj The Great Bharat Rescue’ can break the record of ‘Jawaan’ on the first day.

Box Office Prediction :

On Friday i.e. 6th October, another film of Akshay Kumar ‘Mission Raniganj The Great Bharat Rescue’ is being released. This film has become a topic of great discussion since its announcement. The trailer of the film also received a good response.

Akshay Kumar New Film 'Mission Raniganj'

Akshay Kumar New Film ‘Mission Raniganj’

Now the first advance booking report of this upcoming film of Akshay has also arrived. According to the report of Sacnilk, ‘Mission Raniganj has booked only 16 thousand 725 tickets on the first day. This film is releasing on Friday 6th October, due to which these are the figures so far which may change till tomorrow.

Akshay’s Film Will Collect This Much On The First Day :

According to the early trade, this is the side which keeps track of the box office figures. According to its trade, ‘Mission Raniganj’ will be able to collect Rs 38.25 lakh on its first day.

This earning is very less in terms of advance booking. It is being said that Akshay’s film can break the opening record of Gadar 2 because Gadar 2 had collected Rs 40 crore on its first day.

Akshay Kumar New Film 'Mission Raniganj'

Akshay Kumar New Film ‘Mission Raniganj’

Directed by Tinu Suresh Desai, this film is a survival thriller based on the collapse of Raniganj Coalfields in West Bengal in 1989. Akshay Kumar is seen playing the role of real life hero Jaswant Singh Gill in the film.

‘Mission Raniganj’ To Clash With ‘Thank You For Coming’ :

Let us tell you, Akshay and Parineeti starrer ‘Mission Raniganj: The Great Bharat Rescue’ is being released along with Rhea Kapoor’s production film ‘Thank You for Coming’. It stars Shehnaz Gill, Bhumi Pednekar, Kusha Kapila, Karan Kundrra, Shibani Bedi, Anil Kapoor and many other actors in lead roles.

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