Kesari is a Bollywood war-drama film, which is based on one of the bravest battles fought in India ‘The Battle Of Saragarhi’. The movie stars Akshay Kumar and Parineeti Chopra in the lead roles. Kesari is Released on 21st March 2019. In this post, you can see the Kesari Box Office Collection, Hit or Flop.
Kesari Box Office Collection
|Kesari Box Office Collection||Collection (Cr)|
|1st Day Collection||27.38|
|2nd Day Collection||21.78|
|3rd Day Collection||24.38|
|4th Day Collection||27.96|
|5th Day Collection||10.73|
|6th Day Collection||09.32|
|7th Day Collection||08.48|
|8th Day Collection||07.61|
|9th Day Collection||05.79|
|10th Day Collection||08.39|
|Kesari Total Box Office Collection||206.50 Cr|
Kesari Box Office Collection Prediction
The Historic battle is all set to hit on the big screens on 21st March. However, the real-life story of the Sikhs is an inspiration for all the inhabitants in India. The movie looks promising and everyone is eagerly waiting for the movie. Whereas actor Akshay Kumar never fails to impress the audience with his pure acting.
Kesari’s is going to be the biggest hit of the year 2019. And, the trailer of the film has created a buzz among the audience. Moreover, it will more interesting to see the Box Office collection of the movie. Let us See the Kesari Box Office Collection Prediction.
|Duration||Positive Talk||Negative Talk|
|1st day||10 Cr||8 Cr|
|2nd day||15 Cr||6 Cr|
|3rd day||20 Cr||5 Cr|
|Opening weekend||45 Cr||20 Cr|
|Total||150 Cr||60 Cr|
Kesari Hit or Flop
The film shows a real incident in India and there will be huge footfalls for the movie. However, the trailer it self achieved 29 million views which seems to be promising. In fact, before 122 years before the bravest battle has taken place which has been well documented by the filmmakers.
Moreover, the crowd is waiting for the movie release and Akshay Kumar fans are excited for Kesari. The film will definitely rake healthy box office collection. We hope for the best for Kesari Movie.
The historic Sikh battle which occurred in the year 1897, as one of the bravest battles to have ever been fought. The most courageous battle in the history that lasted for six hours with 21 Sikh soldiers of the 36th Sikhs stood against 10,000 Afghans.
Saragarhi was a heliographic communication post between Fort Lockhart and Fort Gulistan. According to historical reports, on the 12th of September 1897, around 10,000 Afghan Pashtun Afghans reached Saragarhi. Whereas Sepoy Gurmukh Singh signaled Fort Lockhart is under attack. Colonel Haughton from Fort Lockhart was unable to send immediate assistance.
Instead of running away, the 21 soldiers decided to fight against the Afghans. Moreover, Sepoy Gurmukh Singh was the last surviving Sikh defender and is said to have killed 20 Afghans. Later, the Afghans had to set fire to kill him but as he lay dying, kept repeating the Sikh battle cry – “Jo Bole So Nihal, Sat Sri Akal.”