Dream Girl Box-Office Collection Day 2: Ayushmann Khurrana Starrer Witnesses Good Growth

Dream Girl that released this Friday is being received well by the audience. The Ayushmann Khurrana and Nushrat Bharucha starrer continues to fare well; the film has collected Rs 16.42 Crore on Day 2

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Dream Girl Box-Office Collection Day 2: Ayushmann Khurrana Starrer Witnesses Good Growth
The Ayushmann Khurrana and Nushrat Bharucha starrer Dream Girl has garnered a lot of attention since the release of the film’s trailer. Just two days old at the box-office, Dream Girl is witnessing good growth in its collections. The film has set off on a good note for Ayushmann with his highest opener as of yet with Rs 10.05 Crore. As Dream Girl has been well applauded by the audience, the film has collected Rs 16.42 Crore on Day 2 and is expected to surpass the collections further today.

Dream Girl has by far surpassed the first-day box-office collections of Luka Chhuppi, Chhhichhore and Uri. It has given Ayushmann his highest opener. Trade Analyst Taran Adarsh took to Instagram to share the Box-office collections as it witnesses a good growth. His post read, “#DreamGirl witnesses superb growth on Day 2 [63.38%]... Circuits that were decent on Day 1 join the party on Day 2... Biz at metros, Tier-2, Tier-3 cities go on overdrive... Day 3 should surpass Day 2 by a margin... Fri 10.05 cr, Sat 16.42 cr. Total: ₹ 26.47 cr. #India biz.” As Dream Girl is getting the right attention it needs, the film’s collection is expecting to grow further by the day. Ayushman’s portrayal as a girl named Pooja in Dream Girl is winning the hearts while the National Award-winning actor is applauded for the same.


Directed by Raaj Shaanilyaa, the film is a romantic comedy based on Ayushmann Khurrana who plays Dream Girl. Meanwhile, Nushrat Bharucha plays Ayushmann’s love interest in the film.

SpotboyE.com editor Vickey Lalwani rated the film with four stars and mentioned how he didn’t dream of the film to be so hilarious. Talking about the film, SpotboyE.com editor Vickey Lalwani said that the film quietly leaves an important message that we have become so obsessed with the virtual world that we start despising our near and dear ones as a consequence as we do not have enough time for them.


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