Dream Girl 2 box office collection day 2: Ayushmann Khurrana-starrer earns more than Gadar 2 on Saturday
Directed by Raaj Shaandilyaa, Dream Girl 2 is a sequel to Ayushmann’s 2019 hit. The film also stars Ananya Panday.
Dream Girl 2, starring Ayushmann Khurrana in the lead role, has received mixed responses from fans and critics. According to the latest reports, the film earned ₹14 crore on Saturday, higher than Gadar 2 made on the same day, marking day 16 of its release. The Sunny Deol-starrer earned ₹12.5 crore on its third Saturday.
Our reports show Dream Girl 2 earned ₹10.69 crore on Friday. It minted ₹14, as per early estimates. The two-day box office collection of the film stands at ₹24.69 crore. The film had an overall 41.40 percent Hindi occupancy on Saturday.
About the film
Directed by Raaj Shaandilyaa, Dream Girl 2 is a sequel to Ayushmann’s 2019 hit of the same title. The actor has recreated the role of Karam, who decides to cross-dress as Pooja to make enough money to marry the love of his life, played by Ananya Panday.
Dream Girl 2 also stars Paresh Rawal, Annu Kapoor, Rajpal Yadav, Vijay Raaz, Asrani, Abhishek Banerjee, Manjot Singh, and Seema Pahwa. Under the production banner of Ektaa R Kapoor’s Balaji Motion Pictures, the film has turned out to be Ayushmann’s “biggest opener to date,” surpassing the opening day figure of his 2019 movie Bala which had earned ₹10.15 crore.
Ayushmann said that he is happy that Dream Girl 2 got a good start at the domestic box office. He said, “Delivering my career’s best opening with Dream Girl 2 feels amazing. Dream Girl is a franchise that has given me a lot of love, and I’m thrilled with the start that Dream Girl 2 has got at the box office.”
He added, “As an entertainer, it feels amazing to bring people to theatres and experience them having a great time. Dream Girl 2 is a film that delivers entertainment in spades. It has a big promise that people will laugh their hearts out, and it is good to note that the film has lived up to the expectations to take this solid start at the counters.”