As per early estimates on Box, Article 15 collected around Rs 3.75 crore on its first Monday, taking its collection to Rs 23.50 crore. In its first weekend, the film gathered Rs 20.04 crore, which became the second largest weekend for an Ayushmann movie after its 2018 Badhaai Ho blockbuster It is produced at an estimated Rs 28 crore budget and has received magnificent reviews from both critics and moviegoers.
Article 15, with Ayushmann Khurana in the lead role of a policeman, continues to maintain its place in the box office despite strong competition from Shahid Kapoor’s Kabir Singh blockbuster While Article 15 is still being studied during the week, Kabir Singh is close to the crore mark of Rs 200.
Despite being criticized for the portrayal of the lead character, Kabir Singh collected around Rs 9 crore on its 11th day. This takes its 11-day total to Rs 190 crore net. This week, the film will cross the Rs 200 mark and is anticipated to exceed Salman Khan-star Bharat’s collections Bharat is standing at the domestic box office at a complete amount of Rs 210 crore, according to Bollywood Hungama.
Currently, the third largest grosser of the year 2019 continues Kabir Singh, preceded by Vicky Kaushal’s Uri: the Surgical Strike and Bharat Uri is the year’s largest hit with Rs 245 crore’s national box office collection.

Writer: Sakshi Gupta

7900cookie-checkThe film ‘ ARTICLE 15 ‘ by Ayushmann Khurana is constant as the ‘ Kabir Singh ‘ by Shahid Kapoor aims at the Rs 200 cr market